Thursday, August 11, 2011

When those Smith Girls decide to start getting on with it...

... They get on with it. 
4 weddings in 5 years (2003-2008) brought us from being "The Smith Girls" to the "Smith-Laumooretskers".

Starting with the First Addition (July, 2007) and including the Latest Addition, born at 1:41 this afternoon, there are now 6 Laumooretsker Offspring.

My oldest niece was 14 months old when my older daughter was born.  My older daughter was 14 months old when my oldest nephew was born.  My oldest nephew was 5 months old when my younger daughter was born.  My younger daughter was 13 1/2 months old when my youngest nephew was born.  My youngest nephew is 7 weeks old today, and my youngest niece is hours old.

We've got a Plan.  It includes taking over the world.


I totally should have known that a Google Image Search for "lots of kids" would bring up mostly images of one particular very large, debt-free family from Arkansas and a certain kinda-creepy guy with multiple wives that got ran encouraged to move out of Utah...

3 comments:

Gauntlets said...

:D Congratulations, auntie. :)

MooreMama said...

Thanks! I'm stupidly excited for my girls to have so many cousins so close in age (and geography) to grow up with. Then, there are also my sister's in-laws, who are also apparently on the same general procreative schedule - 1 girl and 2 boys in 5 years, and another little girl due in a few weeks.

Built in friends/accountability partners/partners in crime. What could be better?

Louise said...

Too funny! My parents had four of us girls married in five years, and now between the four of us there's eight grandkids with more expected! Like you said, built in friends and accountability is great! (and soooo much fun!)