Friday, August 17, 2007

Flashback Friday - A Group of Cosuins

Well this weeks Flashback Friday theme is "group" and so here is a group of cousins! I thought after last weeks debarkal of mistaking my sister for my brother, I better include both of them this week. Hey, in my defence, he was dressed as a cat! I'm the tall one in the middle at the back, recognize the mullet? My brother Scott is the red head next to me. The child I am trying to hold still for the photo is my dearest younger sister, Ad! Take special note of her cute chubby legs and the funky pleated tartan skirt! The other child in red is our cousin, Sally, only 3 months difference between her and Ad. And then next to me is Paul, Sally's older brother. There is another brother, Bryan but he must have been too small for this shot. I'm thinking I am about 6 here, so mid 1970's, 1977 maybe?? Standing in the backyard of Nan's house this time.

7 comments:

Corrie said...

ohhhh too cute! love ad's chubby wubby legs (did you have to highlight them for her???) and everyone's little outfits and your hair is lovely just lovely!

btw I never got to be a bridesmaid...only a flowergirl and bride!

The Humming Mini said...
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The Humming Cat said...

Chubby wubby legs!!! Purple tartan and red. Oh the shame!

Kylie said...

Oh you are a horrible sister - Adds - I think that you should join int he fun of Flash back Fridays and show us some shockers of Helen! hehe (insert evil laugh)

Dragonfly-Crafts (Fiona) said...

Aren't you the loving big sister, and of course your sister would want to get away from you. Love those legs, I'm sure she is thanking you now.

Cass said...

Helen I love this shot but I think you are being unfair showing ics of Add's all the time

summer pickles said...

Gorgeous shot! Love all of the gorgeous red hair with the autumn leaves in the background... actually, are these autumn leaves or poinsettia? I love your mullet, the skivvies, and I love Ad's skirt! Oh, and I have just noticed your socks with mary janes... delightful! xx