by Toshia at 1:21 PM
In addition there was LOTS of free food: cotton candy, ice cream/popsicles, and the lunch was provided by Burgerville, Papa Murphys, and a gourmet hot dog vendor. We felt completely spoiled and had the time of our lives!
I love the way Reagan loves her daddy and how excited she was to see where he goes to work.
The kids loved the jet. Reagan told me that we should just borrow it to go to her cousin Brielle's house really quick. I laughed that she thought we could just "borrow" a jet from the military. Cute kid!
I don't think Jonathan will ever be a pilot...he hates heights and he was freaking out just from the stairs up to the cockpit.
My husband is somewhat of a nerd at heart though and believes that these glasses are the coolest ever. There is a reason why they are called BCGs (birth control glasses)...I'm just saying.
by Toshia at 1:53 PM
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There were pony rides (with the most enthusiastic teen ever running it...note my sarcasm.)
There was a canoe ride (Jonathan kept trying to stand up in the canoe when he thought we weren't looking!)
A mechanical swing ride (that at first Jonathan refused to go on since he was sure it was only for babies.)
There were a lot of other rides too: bouncy house (more like little tent), rock climbing wall, trampoline bungy jumping, go karts, and a "fun house." I pretty much stuck with the littles while Andrew and the big boys ran around trying to do as much as possible in our allotted time period.
When it was time to go Reagan was in a grouchy mood, but still darn cute!
by Toshia at 1:28 PM
The kids took lots of random pictures with the camera on the days I was away from home. Adrian loves to pose and make silly faces and is teaching his siblings how to do the same.
by Toshia at 9:31 PM
As tradition you can't be out near Astoria and not go to the jetty, so of course we had to swing by there with the kids on our way home.
by Toshia at 3:52 PM