Today is National Siblings Day – time to hug our brothers or sisters and let them know how much we appreciate them. Since my siblings both live in another state, I can’t really hug them but I can let them know how much I appreciate and love them by posting some fun photos of them!
Since my sister and I were 10 and 7 when little brother was born, you can understand why there were lots of photos of just the two of us during our very early years.
Dad was always posing us in different places. I remember hating to do that but now I’m sure glad we did.
Here we are with Mom – check out those stylin’ glasses!
This one is too good not to share – what the heck are you hiding under the scarf, sis?
Every once in awhile we added a stranger to the picture. Not sure what I was thinking (or saying) as we posed next to the Indian Chief.
Then little brother joined in the fun as we posed with our grandparents, Sig and Loraine (Gunzendorfer) Levy.
And our maternal grandparents, Shell and Clara (Fitzgerald) Hunter.
When I was about 10, we got our horses, Smokey and Snap. Here we are giving little brother a ride on Smokey.
Looks like we were packing for the beach – or maybe our annual family camp outing at Camp Campbell.
Every year dad would pose us for a picture to use on our holiday card. It’s fun to look at a few that didn’t make the cut.
How did he come up with these poses?
As the girls grew older and were too busy to go places with Mom & Dad, little brother had lots of experiences without us. Looks like this might have been Knotts Berry Farm or Frontier Village? Love that Mom was all dressed up!
Hmmm, wonder where they were in this photo?
I don’t think there’s much doubt where this was taken. And just like Dad with the camera around his neck!
Over the years we managed to get some photos together, but it became harder and harder as we all lived in different cities/states. But we had some special shots together in 2000 as we celebrated Mom & Dad’s 50th wedding anniversary.
Big sisters always taking care of their little brother!
So here’s some big hugs and lots of love to my siblings. Looking forward to seeing both of you SOOOON!