|You have no idea how amused I am by the fact that I found, not just all three on the same bunk, but Gabe sleeping ON Kyrie.|
|Savi really does have a costume on. There are wings on her back, I believe. Gabe actually has TWO costumes on... his batman pajamas underneath his pirate top. Go figure.|
|Classic Elijah pose.|
|This wigged-out face makes me laugh every time...|
|... especially since it's immediately followed by this "I can't hold still anymore, Mom" shot...|
|... and then by this "You're so FUNNY, Mom!" shot ...|
|The Cobra Hand of Death is ready to strike the book in retaliation for its evil ways. Like not turning its own pages. Or something.|
|Gabe isn't writing on anything. He just wanted to be in the picture.|
|My head may explode from the cuteness of this shot. Baby on the left is Julie's friend Evelyn.|
|See, I would have used this shot, but again I must bemoan my lack of Photoshop skills and Photoshop owning, to get rid of that bruise on Julie's cheek. Photoshop can do that kind of thing, right?|
|I put this one up on the "About Me" page - and that last one with Kyrie in the glasses, too - but they will probably be replaced whenever I get a better one. But I love his little smile here.|
|Have I mentioned how much Julie likes writing in things? Books, other people's notepads, books...|
|Ah, the funny positions she will read in.|
|The REALLY funny positions she will decide to read in. AHAHAHA.|
|Even Julie joined in with Movie Time.|
|I had a brain fart, apparently, or else this photo would have made it into the "Christmas video" down below.|
|So would this one have. She LOVES toy phones, and this one was her favorite present, as far as I can tell.|
One more little treat...
I had previously ignored this little program on my Mac called "iMovie". For some unfathomable-to-me reason, I opened it up recently and tried to figure out how it worked. Without much success, I might add. I sort of vaguely picked up on the idea that you could use it to edit videos or something, but that was about it.
But then I put up all those videos of Julie in my last post and belatedly thought to myself that they would have made a good montage.
And then I was sitting here looking at a bunch of photos and videos from Christmas, most of which did not seem worth putting up on my blog. You know the kind... there's maybe 4 seconds of cuteness in a 50-second video that otherwise has background crying or something. And I thought to myself... "Hey! I'll try out this iMovie thing for making a Christmas montage." I will definitely be keeping this option in mind for future videos. Maybe instead of doing photobooks for my kids' godparents (as I was thinking of doing), I should just mail them a disk with a video montage on it.
Behold the results:
Seriously, let me know what you think of how I did the montage. I would definitely appreciate feedback on this.