Aunt Deannie, who happens to be a twin herself, held one of the boys every chance she got. She absolutely loved talking and playing with them and making them smile! Sam was loving all her attention!
Not to worry, Miles was getting the same amount of loving from his Aunt Jenna!
They played a little peek a boo in the mirror, which had Miles in such giggles.
Laney and Nae Nae having their own sweet fun!
Laney loves running circles at Pops and Nae Nae's house. I love that I have versions of these running pictures from nearly every one of our visits there. Laney has really started pumping her arms a lot while she is running. It is hysterical because she starts pumping before her legs are even moving. It is very cartoonish.
Aunt Jenna caught her!
The next morning, Miles went right back into Aunt Deannie's waiting arms for lots more smiling.
Too bad there wasn't anyone there to love on our boys.......
Birthday cake time again!
Laney and her second cousins helped Grandaddy blow out his candles.
This is such a great picture of Miles loving his Pops!!! Pops had a friend bring back lots of Mardi Gras beads from New Orleans, and Pops knew just who to give them to. Laney was weirdly hesitant to put them on at first, but it didn't take her long to start draping herself and all of us in her new toys. She was shaking them all around in these pictures.
FOUR generations of Lewis boys on the couch. Grandaddy was not excited about having his picture taken. He would not look at the camera.
It got kind of funny. He was just ignoring us when we kept trying to get him to look. I guess it was his party, and he shouldn't have to smile for the camera if he doesn't want to :)
Sam was laughing at Aunt Jenna while she made silly noises for him. Even though we were in "Cona" with tons of fun to be had, Laney still desperately wanted to watch a little Dora whenever it was time for me to feed the boys. This has become a total Pavlovian response. If I even mention the word feed, she busts out with, "I watch a little Dora???" So here she is all snuggled up under her blanket, which was really the cover for the arm of the chair. It was the perfect size for her to tuck her little legs into.