Sunday, March 25, 2012


Today is a very special day.  On March 25th, 1988, I officially became a sister.  God gave me a wonderful brother.  And that's an understatement. 

I don't have any baby pictures of Will, but I vividly remember what he looked like as a baby...E.T.  

I know you won't believe that when you see how cute he turned out a couple of years later... 

Don't you see the resemblance? 

Will loved tractors.  Grandpa and Grandma Ohms even sent him a little John Deere tractor that we used to play on.

I have so many wonderful memories of playing with Will.  He made things like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Ghost-busters fun.  Of course, that was after I forced him to spend the majority of our time playing house, Boxcar Children, and making him follow along as I read aloud from our story books.

Will was always so easy-going and kind...

even when I was bossy and mean.  

God knew just what kind of brother I needed... 

someone who would love me, even on days when I was crabby.

Will was always ready for fun...

and through his example, I've learned to worry less about what could happen.  (Remember what happened after we ate these?)

Will and I are very different in many ways (ex. journals of our trip out west :),

 but our relationship has taught me to see the beauty in differences...

And it's taught me a lot about love.

(I'm sorry that our relationship hasn't taught me more about photo editing...)

I'm so thankful for all of the happy memories we share.

I love you, Will!  I hope you know how much I treasure our relationship. 


Love, Laramie (& Jamie) :)

Monday, March 19, 2012

Jeremiah Jones Harmon

Once upon our lives, there was a little boy...

He kind of looked like the boy on the box of Life cereal. :)  

Except I thought he was cuter (he=Jeremiah)...

He was such a sweet little boy!

I loved capturing him and playing with him in my room.

And I loved working with him on school projects.  

Jeremiah was born right around the time we canceled our cable subscription...

which, as you can see, was perfect timing.

His fun-loving spirit has brought so many laughs to our family.

Jeremiah, you have so many gifts. 

 You are funny,

kind and personable,

 and you're really great at drama. :)

One of my favorite memories is working on Fish Tales with you.  
I'm so glad we had that special time together.

 And we still don't have cable...

so thank you for continuing to serve as our family's entertainment.

Happy Sweet Sixteen!!!  (We love you more than March Madness!)


Jamie & Laramie