We played some games, rolled down grass hills, chased Harvey around and watched Harvey play in the sand traps. That's where he was happiest :) He jumped off the edge a bunch and I took a million pictures. These are some of my favorites. He wasn't as brave after the face plant...
I did a terrible job taking pictures of anyone else. Oops! That was dumb. He asked about 80 times at least when the fireworks were coming. He got so excited when it got dark and he snuggled up next to us ready for them. After the FIRST one went off he started crying and begging to go home. He hugged/slashed hid behind Tanner, and then squeezed on me facing away from them, crying. Finally, I asked him if he wanted to hide under the blanket. He said yes and climbed under their and fell asleep. It was kind of sad, actually. I felt bad it scared him so bad. It's a bummer too, they were indeed, a phenomenal display! So much fun!
Monday Tanner wanted to go to the Kaysville parade. We heard that it was a pretty amazing parade. I had to work that night and so I honestly didn't really want to go. I felt like being lazy. But Tanner convinced me to be patriotic and I'm so glad he did. It was a blast. INCREDIBLY hot, but we hung with Carson and Nat and her fam and they had a shade canopy, luckily. Harvey LOVED it. Fire trucks, VW vans, horses, and candy, duh! It was great. And Greta cooperated quite well too - slept mostly. We played in the shade by the church until things really got rolling. And she even GIGGLED for real -for me! She was doing it way better before I started recording, but oh well. Still cute!
|Taking a break from sun and standing.|
|Greta needs breaks too.|
|Being a spaz.|