So, yesterday I started reading through some of the polls that have been posted on our family’s myfamily site over the years. I was laughing quite a lot. And I noticed several trends. Such as, we have a LOT of polls about who’s going to be pregnant next, what the gender will be of those currently pregnant, what the names should be of those currently pregnant, and the like.
(I like that in the following poll, my mom is one of the options. ha ha!)
(I was pregnant. With Orrin- remember how I said some people were getting a bit suspicious.)
(Note another trend in the polls by Megan and Amy—they often threaten/bully you into giving correct answers.)
As our myfamily site began about 10 years ago, many in-laws have been added to the mix, and so of course people have to put up polls about the object of their twitterpatedness.
Wyatt about his now-wife:
(for the record, I didn’t know Lindsay at the time, and if I had I totally would have picked the third answer!)
Kami about her now-husband:
Tim posted some interesting polls. Of course, he had to post about his obsession with people picking their nose and eating it. Thankfully, he left it anonymous.
This is classic Ethan (I like how he can’t even spell his own name in the title):
This one is interesting, it was posted before there were any redheaded grankids —we’re currently at six. Only Andrea and I have contributed to the red-head population so far.
Apparently I like to ask questions about hygiene:
Okay, now some more random polls that I thought were interesting.
(Jennae was a friend who was invited to our family website. She clearly does not know Dad the way we do.)
CLASSIC Kami question (Kami do you still know the answer to this?):
(for the record, there were not really 4 people who got married at 17- Lindsay and Ethan were not married when they posted their answers)
(Lindsay was … 21 (I think) when she got married. Just so you know. )
CLASSIC Wyatt (when he was little he was CONSTANTLY asking us questions like this):
I think it’s funny I wrote this question about hugs before I moved to Switzerland where hugs –and kissing on the cheeks three times—is the norm for anytime you greet people.
I like this one by Lindsay many years ago. The title is so funny because what she really means is “Meine gute!” –an expression in German that Brett often said.