This is a quick post about Easter, or more properly – Resurrection Sunday. We had a good time at Mae’s again and the girls are less interested in finding and re-hiding the eggs this year. Plus Corbin had a private, beginner’s egg hunt all his own. Too bad he just wanted to throw the eggs back into the sand box instead of his basket. Oh well. Maybe next year. anyway, I just wanted to share a comparative photo of Corbin and the girls from last year to this year.
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I’ll assume they’re Mae’s girls (not everybody that reads your blog is family :P ).
Otherwise I’d complain that Corbin seems to be getting all the posts.
Actually, the “girls” are Corbin’s cousins and Mae is their Grandma. I’d give you the whole technical family tree but I don’t think anyone is really interested. Also, I’d say there has been a real Corbin Drought around here lately – or maybe that was your point.
I was just thinking that if the girls were *yours* they haven’t had a lot of posts.
Corbin had a ‘Walks like..” post a little while ago, but not as much as you have had.
I’m guessing it’s more a lack of time than ‘novelty wore off’ ;)
I got more than double the usual number of pictures of my nephew last month. (Just shy of 1k in total now, though it does include quite a few that could probably be deleted)
There has been an unforgivable drop in picture taking lately and Corbin is our only child so far. One reason for the picture drought is that the pocket camera was in the shop and the big camera tends to take the fun out of whatever we’re doing. With the weather warming up, I think you’ll see more pictures soon.
I haven’t had much trouble with my camera. Sure it’s a bit bulky, but with the 18-55mm lens on, it’s not to unwieldy.
The new 55-250mm is much nicer than the 75-300mm as far as that goes as well. A lot lighter and the shorter range means that I can can still get quite close. IS is worth the $.
If the camera is out and ready to go, it’s not too bad to grab a few shots and put it down again. Or even just 10 min/week were it’s /mostly/ camera time. =)