Saturday, August 6, 2011

Fun in July

Well, I am doing pretty poorly at keeping this blog updated regularly. We haven't been up to a whole lot lately, being busy with work and what not. This past month we were able to have my parents come stay with us for a few days. It was nice. We don't get to see them very often, so I was glad Tyler was able to get to spend time with them and get to know them better. Here are a few pictures of some things we've been doing.

We went to the zoo with my parents while they were here. It was kind of disappointing because a lot of the exhibits were "under construction", but we did get to see the elephant show, which Tyler loved because he is really big on elephants.

On the August long weekend, we went down to Drumheller for the day with everyone in my family except for Mal, Cody, and Steve. It was a lot of fun to get to see everybody. We met up at the giant dinosaur, had a picnic lunch, and then let the kids swim for a while. They had a great time. The weather was fantastic. I managed to get pretty sunburned in the couple of hours that we were outside.

This is our nephew Morgan, Tiff and Chad's boy. He was having a great time swimming.

After playing at the water park, we headed to the Royal Tyrell Museum. Tyler was asleep for the first half of the visit. When he woke up, he thought it was pretty cool, though he seemed a bit more interested in pushing the stroller than anything else.

We went to Castrol Raceway last night for some drag racing. Trevor got to race his Ducati on the quarter mile. He had a pretty good time. His buddy Travis was there as well, so they got to race each other. Tyler didn't like how loud it was, so we left Trevor there and came home to bed.

One day while we were outside, Tyler asked for his hat, but didn't want me to go into the house to get it, so he improvised. He rode around with his shirt pulled up on his head like this for about 10 minutes or so. It was pretty funny.

1 comment:

  1. Great hat, Tyler! I guess you arrived back home safely and back to routine. How's the potty training going? Mom