Farewell, JCJC’s

by Mollie

So today our dear family/friends are en route to their new home in Virginia.  We sure enjoyed having them live a mile away from us for the past 8 months or so, and will miss them terribly.  Here’s a few pictures of the kids hanging out for the last time before they left for their road trip.  I can’t wait to see how the kids change between now and the next time we get together!  (Click here to see how they’ve grown!)





And just because I happened to be looking through old pictures the other day… a blast from the past:


Three (really only three??) years and 4 kids ago on their LAST cross-country trip when they stopped and saw us in Texas.


7 Responses to “Farewell, JCJC’s”

  1. Mom says:

    Great pics of precious babies. How great it’s been for them to be so close for a time! It will indeed be fun to watch them grow. Thanks for the great post Mollie.

  2. Grandma Wilkie says:

    Thanks so much, Mollie, for the great pictures of the children and their grandpa. We can understand how you will miss them, but you’ll keep in touch, too. Your posts have been wonderful for us.

  3. Hillary says:

    Wow, what was making the babies to outrageously happy in that one picture? That is crazy to think about the four babies being born in three years.

  4. Toad says:

    I think it was a combination of fruit snacks and a handful of grown men jumping around like lunatics trying to get the kids to do anything but reach out begging for my fruit snacks. 😉

    We’ll miss you, JCJCs! Nata talks about “Jim far away, airplane,” most nights before bed. Keep in touch. 😉

  5. Jennifer says:

    Wow. How they all have grown. What a nice time it will be when you all get together again! 🙂

  6. Chelsie says:

    there aren’t words for how much we love and will miss you guys.. you are our most favorite people! thank goodness for modern technology so that we’ll be able to stay in touch! such beautiful pics of the beautiful babies:)


  7. Hannah says:

    Hey Mollie, so I finally made it on your blog 🙂 So sad to see our friends go, the pictures are precious, just imagine how much the kiddos will change in the next family picture!

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