Abby was thrilled to go again and enjoyed things more now that she was familiar with what was available. She wanted to show her friends everything. The biggest challenge was that she would just run off without telling me where she was going. She felt so comfortable there that she did not seem to need me at all. We had to have some discussions about asking for permission and about always letting her mommy know where she is.
This time I put velcro shoes on her so that I did not have to deal with laces every time she got on and off and back on the jumping bouncy hill thingy. The weather was cold again, but it warmed up throughout the day.
|This slide is so fun and Abby learned to go down it without having to be caught.|
|The tires were one of her favorites.|
|These two climbed up here and sat and talked and told each other stories for about fifteen minutes. Notice how her pants are now a sandy gray. She was covered, but at least the sand helped most of the stickers fall off of her pants.|
|I got to wear baby E. for almost two hours. I loved every second of it. She is such a calm and easy baby. The hayride was pretty full this time, but we made it on.|
|I made an effort to take some pictures this time of Abby playing in the pumpkins. She really loved it here and she was especially excited that I let her roam free through it and that I actually encouraged her to do so.|
|Her lips and moustache are blue from the gatorade, and I am in heaven holding this tiny, precious little bundle. I am so glad that Sierra was so willing to share her with me.|
|Sierra is so much better at just going with the flow and enjoying things. I am a little bit more uptight and get stressed so much easier.|