Bella was in cloud nine. Any time that she gets a chance to visit a farm, we can count on a happy girl.
On this particular day, we fed apple slices to llamas, goats, and sheep.
The boys were there too. Graydon enjoyed the apples as much as the animals did.
Curtis felt a little shy, but he eventually came around. (Side note: When Curtis found out that we were going to a farm, he changed into "farm clothes". And in his mind, farm clothes are a plaid shirt and jeans.)
This past weekend was our town's annual Heritage Days. Graydon is officially a Cub Scout and he spent part of the weekend at a booth selling popcorn.
I spent several hours at the 'Pioneer Village' with the kids.
They sawed a log.
Walked on stilts (definitely popular with them).
And played tug-of-war.
Sunday afternoon was the parade. Our church's youth group had a float.
The theme of Heritage Days this year was 'Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow'. We changed the song to 'Don't Stop Thinking About Sunday' and recorded in a couple of weeks prior and "performed" it on the float throughout the parade.
And our group won Best Float!!! The judges must have liked our song. :)
Also. . . we had some exciting mail come this past week: Magic Bands! Nine more days until Disney!!!
Pumpkin Patch fun!
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