The Birthday Party Meal
I’m a bit late sharing these photos, they are from my Sister-in-Laws birthday party meal a couple of weeks ago.
I love this selfie Graham did of us with the family having their party meal in the background. I’ve blurred the edges a bit because we managed to catch some strangers on the next table too. Graham always looks so serious in his selfie photos though.
At the other end of the table were the kids, this is only half of them and the middle one is not mine, that’s ‘Squidge,’ my Nephew’s youngest daughter. The lady turned away is my nephew’s older daughter…I really think huge age gaps are thing in our family (My Mum, my Brother, Me and My Nephew!) My Nephew’s older daughter is having a baby in June, so my nephew is going to be a grand dad!
Back to the photo, I was a little too far away to see what the kids were up to
(I didn’t take this photo.) It was nice to see them enjoying their food. However, when I viewed it I was very annoyed with Boo! Just look at her with her mobile phone on while she’s having a meal. That’s a big No No at home, and the same goes for when we are out for a party meal. I can’t really blame her though, she was only copying what most of the adults were doing.
My hubby pulls his serious face, when taking selfies, too lol. Lovely family picture x
Lovely photos! It looks like a great evening.
hehehe! Naughty Boo sneaking a look at her phone.
What lovely photos. I’m usually the one pulling the serious photos in selfies because I find them hard to take! Wow, you do have big age gaps in your family! There’s nine years between me and my sister, which means my niece and nephew are 6 and 4.
My older brothers are 14 and 15 years older than me, my younger brother was 8 years younger. My eldest is 17 years older than Star and 22 years older than my youngest! My brothers eldest son is 19 years older than his youngest daughter. Yep, big age gaps indeed.
lol on my husband takes photos like that. Such gorgeous photos and looks like a lovely evening out. My oldest would be the same sneaking a look at his phone. Hope you have a good week. xx
What a lovely photo of you and your husband, although I have to agree he does look rather serious! I find it really hard to take a selfie.
It looks like you had a wonderful evening. We don’t allow phones at the table either but I know my children would do so if they got the chance too! #MMBC
Lovely photos of memory-making in progress. My husband even looked utterly miserable and serious in our wedding pics! Lovely to see a family all together for fun times. #MMBC
I think that’s a look of concentration on your husband face! I find it hard to hold mobiles and press the button to take a selfie.
Selfies are hard to take at the best of times, never mind when surrounded by family and friends at a table. Thanks for sharing and for linking up with #mysundaysnapshot.