Great Grandmother Visit

This past weekend we took a road trip to visit family up in the Seattle area--more specifically to let Trinity meet two of her Great Grandmothers. On Friday, we visited Great Grandma Webster who was very excited to introduce Trinity to some of the other residents in her retirement community.

We also visited the Blind Alley, where Aaron used to work and Trinity met her Great Aunt Claudia and Uncle Kurt and visited with Aunt Coleen as well.

On Saturday, we headed across the Puget Sound to Silverdale to have a wonderful German lunch prepared by Aaron's Oma.

Oma even tried to teach Trinity how to roll over!

After lunch, Aaron's Oma sang a German lullaby to Trinity, who thanked her Great Oma by gumming her finger!

Other 'firsts' for Trinity included eating (okay, drooling) at her first Thai restaurant, her first ferry ride (though she slept through the entire trip!) and her first time being held by a Korean woman in a Vietnamese restaurant (can't seem to find that one in the baby book!). We stopped for pho as we headed into Seattle on Thursday night and the woman who took our order seemed very interested in Trinity. Before we left, I was holding Trinity and talking with her and she asked me if she could hold her. Trinity just kept smiling at her as she held her and told me how much she missed her family in Korea. Her sisters who still live in Korea wish she would move home so she could hold their children. Very cool.

And a few more pictures from the weekend...


  1. That picture of your Oma rolling around on the floor is awesome! And oh my does Trin have a big tongue!

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