Uncle Bennett was undergoing radiation treatment and was unable to come within 10 feet of the boys. So, he had to visit with the boys from outside the fence. The boys waved and wished a big "get well soon!"
Andrew kept taking Grandpa's hat. This photo captured Jared's sweet quiet nature.
Wesley is very sensitive about textures and his initial reaction to a new texture is usually shock and he does not like it. It usually takes a few attempts before he is comfortable with a new texture. This picture caught him with his first encounter with the dry grass and did NOT like how the grass felt on his hands.After the boys had their lunch, Wes spends some time with Aunt Reba before their nap. They were both sharing a laugh as she was tickling his piggies...
While the boys napped, we were able to have our lunch. We sure love all of the good food here in Texas. We also enjoyed visiting with family while sharing such great food. Once the boys woke up from their nap, we were back outside to play some more. Andrew waves to Grandma.
Wesley is thinking about his next adventure in the yard.
Wesley figures out his next adventure... checking out a hole in the ground. By this time, he was use to the grass!
After dinner on this night, Grandma offered the boys their very own pudding cups. We removed their shirts, just in case. Seriously, how much mess could this possibly make?
At home I would normally split one container of pudding between the three boys. Grandma spoils them by giving them each their own pudding.We had a great day visiting with family, playing outside and having some good food. Day 1 in Junction was a good time had by all.