Karen (estherchaya) wrote,


The problem with having incredibly talented friends is that it makes me very embarrassed to post the lousy photos that I have taken. I mean, seriously... now that I've posted all the crappy photos that I took yesterday, here I go posting all the positively brilliant photos that Jessica took yesterday. At least I didn't post her photos first. I'm smarter than that, you see. I had an absolutely delightful time with Jessica yesterday. She even provided me with a delicious kosher lunch (she's the best!). Every time I visit Jess, I leave wishing I could move to Winchester. Alas, it's not in the cards right now, but gosh do I wish it were!

ANYWHOZIT, the point is... Jessica took some phenomenal photos of my babies. Here's some proof:

My girls are definitely sisters, but definitely not identical twins! Ellie's on the left, my smiley monster. Abby's on the right (process of elimination, you see)...my bald-headed angel. They are so gorgeous! (if I do say so myself!!)

Sam, my stunned little monster! He always has his mouth agape! Jess had to work hard to get pictures of him with his mouth closed, but she did it (you can see all the pictures from this album by clicking here). Sam was cranky at the beginning of the photo shoot, so there were fewer photos of him, but boy were they cute!

Abby wasn't so happy about being squished into this one, but we tried!

All the photos can be viewed here (and I'm told there are more to come, so keep checking back):

As an aside, the reason the spacing on these is all weird is that this entry was originally formatted for my newly minted blogspot blog which I created for more public consumption (e.g. my family). I may start posting this sort of photo-oriented updatey post exclusively over there, depending on whether I'm annoying folks with the constant photo updates. I dunno. I haven't decided. Anywhozit, the blogger blog is http://chezcohen.blogspot.com
Tags: photo, triplet mania

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