Sunset is a wonderful opportunity for us to appreciate all the great things the sun gives us!
The kids always have such a good time when we're together. They made mud pies, or should I say, clay pots, shot guns, took long walks and found a few heads . . . that's right a few heads! Tanner, my 3 year old grand, came running into camp one afternoon informing us that they had just found some . . .mannequin heads! We were very shocked to say the least, but they did find mannequin heads . . . floating in a pond . . . eeekkkk!
I know, creepy huh?! Even more creepy when you find it in your trailer, planted by someone with the best of intentions, or in the outhouse, or in the trees . . . hehehehe! We kept one of them just for the fun and games we can have with it! I know I have a sick sense of humor. We kept the one without so much hair, he was less creepy.
One day, we painted rocks. It's amazing how fun it is to paint a rock and turn it into something beautiful!
Amber painted a rock for Averi in Braille - she loved it! It says, seven Tuesday. Averi loves numbers and days, that must have been her favorite for that day!
The finished products - they turned out to be really cute. I hope they put them in the garden, or in their bedroom to remember who much fun they had painting them.
This rock was fun. It had a big hole in it, so Taylor painted it like a mouth with a tongue. We put eyes on it, but I don't think I took a picture of it, dang! We sound like a bunch of creepsters!
Jessica brought a pinata, just for fun, and it was fun and funny to watch the kids swinging at it. I think the grownups had as much fun watching as the kids had swinging.
Horseshoes was a big hit as well . . . looks like somebody is getting a horseshoe throwing lesson! I'm not sure who is teaching who!