Thursday, September 20, 2012

The Nash Family 2012

 My family and I went on vacation this year with all of my mom's siblings (and spouses), nieces/nephews, and her parents.  Before we left for the beach, I emailed and said that we should get an updated family photo, since we would all be together.  Of course, it wouldn't be updated for long because little Church and Wassenebrg will be joining the family in the next few months, but at least it'd be more up-to-date than the previous one.  Everyone liked the idea, so Thursday night at the beach we gathered everyone together and got the pictures done. 

So, meet (some of) my family!!

This is my Paw-paw and Na-naw, a.k.a. mom's parents.  They're the ones who started it all! ;)

This is the Lawhorn family consisting of Uncle Mike, Aunt Stacey (mom's older sister), and my cousins K.K., Sarah, and Rachel.

This is my family and I.  Mama is #2 out of her 6 siblings. :)

Aunt Steph (mom's sibling #3) and her girls...Uncle Matt didn't join in the picture. :)

My cousins Erika, Allie, Claire, and Gracie.

Aunt T.C. (#4 in the line-up!) and her two boys, Collin and Mason.

 Uncle Sean (#5 of the siblings), Aunt Amanda, and my cousin Cameron.

Uncle Kevin, Aunt Mae-Mae (the baby of Mama's siblings ;), and my cousins, Cadence, Justus, and Asher.

A little crab that decided to join the party. :)
Uncle Sean stopped the crab for me so I could get a good picture of it.

 Paw-paw and Na-naw with all their grandkids...minus the two in utero (as you can see, it was quite the challenge to get one good picture where everyone was looking at the camera...this was the best one!).

Paw-paw and Na-naw with their kids and spouses.


 The whole family (35 people!)!!!

Personally, this one is my favorite "group photo"! :)

 There you have my mom's family!  Pretty fun, isn't it?  Now just imagine all of us together at Christmas!  
Kimber :)

1 comment:

  1. It looks like you all had a really fun time, Kimber! You're so blessed to have such a large family that gets together like you do.



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