Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Sunday, October 14, 2007
The Airshow was awesome! We got free VIP tickets and Travis' parents came with us, bringing the golf cart---nice! It started out chilly and got to a balmy 78 degrees! Travis burned!--yeah, in October!!! Anyway, we came around noon and had fun looking at all the planes, the show started at 1pm. The kids were done around 4, so the g-parents took them back to their house while we stayed till the bitter end with our friends the Butlers. It was so much fun!
Saturday, October 13, 2007
Thursday, October 11, 2007
Sunday, October 07, 2007
Kaylin at the Petting Zoo. There were a lot of fun animals like monkeys, a baby zebra, camels, a porqepine and other animals I didn't even know what they were! The camel above was just munching right in her face. It was funny...
Kaylin especially wanted to find the Sheep. She actually wanted to ride on them, but we told her she could just pet them instead. We also saw beautiful performance horses in a barn nearby, Cows and a Horse competition where two people rope a small cow.
Kaylin and I waiting for the Circus to start!
Eating Corn Dogs and Nachos.
The rides behind us. This fair was HUGE!
Wednesday, October 03, 2007
Here's our grinning Ethan man. He loves the camera and tries to "help" me take pictures. But when I can, I can get a few shots of him!!
Trying to color and do "art projects" with Kaylin. And with markers and stickers--he's sold!
Although he's all boy through and through, he does love playing with his sister! Occasionally he gets sucked in to dress up, Barbies, and yes, Art projects. Their little friend Savannah just had a birthday party where the girls we to come wearing their fairy wings and sure enough Ethan insisted on wearing his as well! He never took them off! (See a few posts below!)
Monday, October 01, 2007
"Mom, there's an ant on the blanket!"
Mom replies: "Just flick it off!"
Kaylin: "No way, that's gross! I don't want to lick it!"
Mom: *giggles* "no, I didn't say 'lick', I said 'flick' --with your finger!"
Think we might have to make this a yearly tradition!