Thursday, December 31, 2009

Annual Report


In 2009,

Cal learned how to walk.
Leah potty trained.
Jolie started kindergarten.
Jack finished graduate school.
Katie (see above)

We appreciate you sharing 2009 with us, and look forward to including you in our 2010.
Next year promises to bring big changes to our family. Stay tuned -

Happy New Year!



17 comments:

Elise said...

Beautiful! Love it and you all so much xox!!!

Jeannie said...

Amazing picture. Amazing family.

Adria said...

such a cute picture!

Todd Erb said...

you forgot to mention: "Jack dominated the SWEET SPOT with his bros.-in-law"

Taylor and Jodi said...

great picture. and next year should include moving to Boston!

Susan said...

Background snow is becoming to your family. Let's hope it's an omen.

Aileen said...

arrrrrrrriba! arrrrrrrrrrrrrrriba! can you pose for me in my next family picture?

Courtney Vance said...

That is a great picture Kate. I can't wait to hear what is coming up for this year!

Memzy said...

Yer hawt.

Kristin said...

Black and white perfectness! Glad we got to see you guys this Christmas. Sorry I spent most of the afternoon sleeping. :)

Chris and Erin said...

That has to be the best family picture EVER! So cute! Love you all!

Flem said...

Katie!! This is my favorite picture of you and Jack ever!! I love it and I love the annual report. I hope the snow is an omen too. Since the ocean is not an option :(

Leslie said...

Your family knows how to take an amazing family picture. Maybe you could teach us, since we seem to be challenged in that area.

Allen and Amy Waples said...

Yes, that family picture is PERFECT! But, I LOVE the annual report, that is funny!

Julie Knowlton said...

I really have a crush on the entire Jack and Katie Erb family.

James and Patrice said...

I'm in love

Emmers said...

Well done, Katie! What did you get in your stocking this year? I hope you got something awesome. You deserve it!

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