*Sigh.* Aren't they beautiful?
Now I have to decide which to carry first. Decisions, decisions.
During the sticker extravaganza. Notice my clever use of the garbage bowl for the sticker backing.
Little Miss looks so pensive in this shot....but she's actually trying to see her stickers on the underside.
Getting his teeth polished.
Little Mess was very quiet throughout the visit, taking it all in....planning her tantrum when it's her turn in a couple months.
Here he is holding "Mr. Slurpy." I wonder if I'm the only psycho ever to have taken pictures during a dental exam.
3. (evening meal)
6. Very cute kids' coloring book and genuine Crayola crayons
7. Great service
8. Prices are very reasonable
9. It looks like a grain bin which made the Boy VERY excited to eat at the "farm restaurnaut" (He says it like a combination of restaurant and astronaut...it's very cute.)
10. Island quesadilla
11. Mini cheeseburgers
13. Tropical drinks (I didn't have one at lunch yesterday with the kids...but oh man, are they good!)
Here are the kids standing on one of the bale clusters. Right after this shot, the loader came screaming at us to pick this pile up. I've never seen Little Miss move so fast in her life to get back on my lap.
But thanks to this little contraption, the bales are easily picked up. The black thing on the loader has spikey grabbers (that is a technical term by the way) that curl into the bales to pick the bales up in a clump and set them on the wagon.
Here is Tractor Boy in his element. Since he couldn't be involved in the bale work, tending to the cows is the next best thing.
Please note the sensible farm attire on the Boy. I love this shot.
After a long hot day in the hay loft, Farm Guy came home and immediately disrobed down to his underwear. Sorry, no picture. I retired to the computer and went a little Scrapblog crazy.