The first day, I called right away to check on them. Aunt L told me that N cuddled with her in the morning, asking "Daddy ok?" Yes, she told him, Daddy's ok. "Mommy ok?" Yes, Mommy's ok, too. "Ok." He was satisfied with that.
|A dream come true for N! He got to open and close the door 100 times - AND sing "wheels on the bus!"|
I guess they didn't miss us too much after that. M waved to the photo my mother-in-law keeps on an endtable in the living room "Hi Mommy! Hi Daddy!" He also told them that "Daddy at work at the airport," and "Mommy in the other room." I was in the other room for 5 days, but he didn't seem to mind!
|M ate the WHOLE thing! Free popsicle day at Junction Valley Railroad|
|tractors and busses and grandpa, oh my!|
|a little unsure of that tunnel coming up...|
|all smiles on the carriage ride with a horse named Ernie|
|we love chicken, yes we do, we love chicken, how about you?|
"Why did you bring those?" my mom asked her, indicating the chairs.
Aunt M told her she always brings them, that HER sons play in the sand and splash in the water while she reads a
Needless to say, Aunt M didn't get any reading done. In fact, she never unfolded a chair.
We'll see if they're up for it again next summer
Update: Here are the Sanford Lake pics - it was near 100 degrees that day, extremely hot for MI! What a great way to stay cool!
|M likes to give his trucks a bath|
|N on two feet, though I'm told he liked crawling like a dog in the water. Go figure.|