For the kids' fall break we headed out to Grand Bay while George was at school. No alligator sightings this time, unfortunately.
Charlie marveling at the size of the spiders and the webs over our heads
Then we hit up the bowling alley for some stellar bowling
We were evenly matched for the most part. Jane ended up winning.
More Raisin' Cane field trip pics
Henry was so proud to carry the flag for his class on the trip through the corn maze!
Giant corn pit
Racing rubber ducks down the PVC pipes
I came in one night and found Charlie holding his Daddy doll. He's so cute!
Charlie and Jane sang in church two weeks ago. They did great!
Charlie even got to play drums for his singing part.
George loves that the practices and games are held on the back half of the baseball diamonds. Makes for some awesome red dirt creations...and red tinted baths afterwards.
Oma made it to the kids games.
I'm sure Jane just kicked an amazing shot at this moment and wasn't getting ready to do a cartwheel during a game.
Man, he can sprint to a ball
See above caption
We met up with friends at the sugar cane maze nearby. They had the maze and animals and best of all, zip lines!
Checking out the rabbits
We made it to the maze's center!
Detours may have occurred
Winston appreciates Henry guiding him back to the path
Our kids rock a zipline like not many other kids can
You can just feel the joy oozing from his sweaty little pores
George was quite the little farmer with his cup of food for the birds
There was no fear from us that our children would fall into the fiery pit during an innocent little marshmallow roasting session.
The boy takes his job seriously
Henry and George worked the little obstacle course together
George had to have a little help from Henry to get out of the corn pit
Yes, I put my 2 year old on the zip line...and let go....
I wasn't the only one!
Happy Birthday, Oma!
More trunk or treat pics from church