Well I can safely say that is ME in the first picture with Will below. What am I doing exactly? Well I don't even know the answer to that. I was probably whining about something....yes...on the island, and mom, or someone had to get a picture of it for future mockery. What can I say, I was a sulking teenager. It was probably 5 pm and I was still in my Pjs. Willie on the other hand is just trying to enjoy some food and wondering why his sister is why weird.Scott is the second picture. He's just found out that Doom, or some computer game of the same genre has been discontinued. He's cursing the video game gods.
First off the pics are labeled "Carly" and "Scott" so yeah it's not too hard heh.1. Drama queen. 2. Is that Scott? Looks like me. I believe he (or I?) is talking to family we had living under the tramp.
1.Carly- winding up a dance routine? no, most likely throwing a fit when she didn't get her way.2. Scott-failed attempt at a front flip? no, most likely throwing a fit when he didn't get his way.I'm still seeing these kind of moves all the time here at home :)Willy-just being plain cute.
Or I could have been rehearsing a play. I was about to bloom into a beautiful flower.
Carly is praying to the kitchen gods with the intent of sacrificing Willy, and Scott is praying to the trampoline gods.
1. Carly as usual2. Nate-after watching the Lakers come back last night only to lose in the last 2 seconds and see Kobe curse up a storm.
I knew I could depend on you guys for some entertaining responses.My first thoughts for Carly were similar to Rob's--some kind of pagan worhsip. Then I thought, no, she was probably demonstrating one of the many exercise moves that can be done in the kitchen. Right, girls? You know, the counter corner tricep lift, the leg-on-island stretch, and here, the downward dog on the island.Scott's pose is a little more legit since he is on a trampoline. He probably just majorly ate it when attempting some kind of move.Or they're both throwing tantrums, like Mom said. Those don't end with toddlerhood. Carly, you did wear your pajamas a lot.
P.S. Mom, seeing these old pictures and then looking at what exemplary young adults Carly and Scott have become should give you a little hope for Cindy and Tadd. Just a little.
I never give up hope.:)BTW when are we going to make our kitchen exercise video? The world is waiting.
Well Lindsay needs to bring back the hooded figure first and then we'll talk.
1.Carly.. smelling the island.2. Sean, not scott i believe... smelling the trampoline
Oh, by the way. Cindy is my favorite daughter. Sorry, Larry, Carl, and Kelsey, or whatever your names are.
Larry? Carl? Dad, we aren't basketball players.
wow dad thanks!! =]
Cindy just fessed up that the two bobc comments were actually hers. I must say I'm impressed Cindy. You really captured Dad's "voice".
It looks like Sean passed out from his own body odor.
How is it that you guys can hack into Dad's account? Dad, I might be concerned about what passwords you're using. So who got into Cindy's? Carly? The hooded figure was only around during a very ugly time in my life. I hope she never returns!
No that was Mom who hacked into Cindy's. I thought Nate was our resident hacker. I guess I was wrong.
I accidentally hacked.
It is a simple hacking technique. Dad just had his password kept in one of his files in his secret safe in his secret drawer in his secret place in his office. It was not that hard to hack.
I know the second one. That is Scott pretending like he broke is arm. I've seen that before.
I trust Tadd. I'm sure he was terrorized by Scott for years and knows his antics well.
Yes, and now Tadd is the terrorizer
I guess that should be terrorist.
Good job Tadd. So did you take that picture?Scott must have enjoyed the attention he got when he really did break his arm. He was trying for more of the same.
P.S. Careful with those labels, Mom. We don't want Tadd to be held up at the airport when we go to MX because he's suspect.
Exactly, remember, this blog is public. Big Brother could definitely be monitoring this.
I'm convinced Nate is hacking everyone's account and posting all these conversations. I liked the comment where he posed as Lindsay and named off workouts in the kitchen and making a workout video. When I was in the loft I used to sneak in at night and do the triceps lift in the kitchen.
Who lives in the loft now?
Because I claim it for the two days I'm at home for Christmas. What am I saying. I will probably be the last one there which means...Tadd's room.
I think I'm gonna have to claim it, what with my many concubines and all.
Well, what shall you sleep on Rob? It's bare bones up there now. I suppose you could sleep on the coffee table.
How about a sleeping bag on the floor. No to change the subject but when are you going to bring Whitney home with you Rob?
The comments on this post are getting WAY out of hand.
I'm proud that my post has generated so many comments...even if the comments have nothing whatsoever to do with the post!P.S. Poor Whitney!
Mom told me yesterday that husbands become part of the wives families, and in essence, that we're starting to lose Rob. I'm curious if this holds true for Ryan and Casey. And if so, does this mean that as all you Crockett boys slowly but surely get married, will you gradually become more involved with your wives' families and ignore us? Sad. Lindsay, Carly and Cindy: looks like we're going to have a lot more SST. I told Mom that our family is not quite easy to ignore.
Hmmm, I guess it's not THAT true with Casey's family. I guess it's because we live near both, but we do hang out with them a lot. Although I have to admit, around holiday times we tend to spend more time with the Crockett's because there are more people to see...??
It's true Kelli. I don't even know my family anymore.
You all know I'm very possessive of my children and get very upset when I have to share.:) We can't end these comments until Scott chimes in with his viewpointScott are you out there?
Whatever Ryan...This post is probably done since there is a new one now, but I'll add my last words. I think it could be true, Kelli, unless you live near the husband's family and not the wife's. Then you feel more like part of the husband's family; or at least you feel like your kids know that side better. But now we don't live near anyone so I don't know.If it is true and we end up "losing" all our brothers, all of the sisters need to live near each other and near Mom and Dad so they aren't sad and lonely. :) Seriously though, I think women need to live near their families more than men do because we're the ones home all day and we need our mommies more.
Ditto Lindz, that's what I was saying to Casey tonight.
1. Kelli dying2. Scott dying
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