So I have been a pretty bad blogger lately. I have been meaning to post this for a while now. I have really just been enjoying the tail end of summer with my family. There have been trips to fairs, picnics, a few trips to the flea and "A Day out With Thomas". There have been plenty of necessary, but not so fun things too. All of this in the midst of my two little chickens starting school, ballet lessons and swimming lessons. But, alas, my days are starting to feel more routine again, which is not a bad thing.
So, onto the subject of this post. More than a few weeks ago, I finally had the chance to meet up with my dear friend, Andrea. I am sure you recognize her sweet little Mario up there. What a little charmer! We had been trying to catch up with each other for sometime now. Luckett's Fair proved to be a perfect meeting place since we also wanted our kids to meet! They enjoyed each other's company. Above, they are taking in a Irish jig. I think they were a little mesmerized by it.
The kids crafted some sand art.
Concentrating hard here, as you can see!
While the big kids were making their sand art, these two cuties had their own conversation. I think it went a little like this. "Hey Sammy, I'm just going to help myself to some of that kettle corn of yours." "Hey, buddy, why don't you try asking nicely before just grabbing! Anyhow, I think popcorn and little one year old like yourself could hazardous in the choking department."
Patiently waiting for the little train ride to begin.
Not one of my kids could look at the camera for this shot! How surprising!! I think this day happened to be the hottest, most humid day of the summer. We had a wonderful time despite the weather. We managed to squeeze in a little junque-ing at Old Luckett's... five little ones in tow. While hiking back to out cars, the skies opened up and my girls took out their umbrellas. Mario was so impressed with the umbrellas, the girls had a spare, and shared it with their little friend... Andrea and I swapped books, she gave me the goodies I ordered from her shop(all beautifully tucked into one of her beautiful One Hundred Wishes bags she made), the kids exchanged little gifts, we said our goodbyes and off we went! So happy to have finally met Andrea, a beautiful girl inside and out. Her two sweet boys, just too cute for words!