This was the second year having the kids out on the boat and they did much better. I must say that may totally have to do with their life-jackets actually fitting them. They are still big and bulky, but last year they were just swallowed alive. Brooklyn was by far the best boater, seemed the most comfortable on the boat and loved driving. Hailey was fine as long as she was in someones arms. Dylan loved being anywhere someone else wanted to be. If asked if he wanted to drive the boat, he only wanted to if someone else was already there. Otherwise he wasnt interested. (It was just one of those weeks for Dylan) Connor liked the boat just fine and even better when best bud and cousin, Devin, was with him, making him laugh. Brian even took 3/4 of the kiddos out on the jet ski. Hailey looked a little dazed, Connor liked it for a little while, Dylan refused to go and Brooklyn, our little dare-devil screeched and laughed the faster Brian went. I had to tell him to slow down a little, it was making me nervous. (I dont have pictures yet, but hope to get them from Mom and Dads camera soon)
Brooklyn's in control of the wheel, look out!
Connor, Brook, Daddy, Gramma and cousin Hunter
Dylan, Hailey, Mommy, little cousin Logan, Auntie Heidi and cousin Devin
Hunter braved the cold, cold water for a long, long time. He was usually a little blue when he finally came in.
Dylan taking a turn at the wheel. He loves driving. Anything.
Best buds Devin and Connor watching Hunter on the tube.
Out on the boat with Gramma and Grandpa - Hailey, Mommy, Connor and Dylan
"I cant look, I cant look." - Gramma Nancy and Brooklyn
Brian getting some air on the jet ski.
Uncle Stephen and cousin Logan
One of the days we took the kids on a little walk around the lake. They loved finding pinecones, lizards, wild flowers and walking sticks.
Give four 2 year olds walking sticks and some bushes to whack and they will be entertained for quite a while.
There are a whole lot of pictures here that look somewhat the same, but in each one a different look has been captured in a different kiddos face. Soooo, I, of course had to put them all in!
This place we stay, Loganita Lodge, is great for the kids. It has a playground and a huge rec room we can run around in when we need to get out a little bit. A big bonus is the ducks that are all over the place. The kids love them.
Connor and Brooklyn hanging out with little Loggie-Bear.