Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Esplin's Visit the White House

Ah, the White House. Possibly the most exciting part of DC.


I want to enlarge and frame one of these photos of the Esplin's in front of the White House, but I can't decide which one I like the best. Any feedback would be helpful.


















(I begged Anthony not to wear that groovy old t-shirt, btw. And see, it ruined our pictures.)

10 comments:

Hot Pants said...

For sure the last one! You might be able to photo shop in a different shirt on him. Maybe you could use the white suit Sam was wearing on that picture Michelle posted on Facebook.

Cristin said...

WOW hmmm decisions decisions...

Jana said...

Wow your kids must have muy sensitivo eyes. That sun was killin' em.

Crysty said...

These are the best pics because they depict what REALLY happens on a family vacay! hee hee. I love them!

Memzy said...

My vote is for a picture collage. Like one with all the different openings and then put ALL of them in there.

You had me spewing Diet Coke!

Carol said...

The collage is a great idea. The first picture of just the White House is awesome. . . .with some photo shopped faces as a 'border'. . .ahhhh the posibilities.

Flem said...

I like the one where they have the see no evil/hear no evil look. Second up is the last one.

And I hear that stripes aren't good for pics but you wore them anyway (you know, in defense of the print on the T)

You have an adorable family.

Krissy said...

Love the pics...all of them! Obviously a very bright and sunny day. My fave is the one where Cord just gave up and closed his eyes. Looks like a good time!

Markie23 said...

My fave is the one from your earlier post - where Homer is covering his face - probably because he's tired or the sun's in his eyes, but it looks like it's out of shame for what's going on that house behind him, and I LOVE that little bit of political commentary.

michelle said...

I like pic #5 and #16 probably the best. They are all really funny though. That whole sun in the face thing is priceless :)