Indians Game!

As some of you may have known this weekend was Hoopfest. I unfortunately didn't take any photos this time and just relaxed and watched a few games, it ended up being a wonderful weekend (Here is last years post). Our boys won the King of the Losers, which means they won the cancelation bracket and they get an extra shirt! I think I'm the only one who got burned, which is not much of a surprise, but it turned out great.
These photos have nothing to do with this weekend as this happened last weekend. Liz was the game doctor and she had three extra tickets in her box so she invited us to go with her! It ended up being fireworks night and the Indians pulled through and won. Charlie was a bit overwhelmed by everything at first and was scared by the noises of the fireworks, but he ended up doing pretty well. 
 He was very interested in all the people selling food.


Family BBQ

Still playing catch-up over here. These photos were taken a few weeks ago when the grands were in town (unfortunately I didn't snap any photos of them). We had a nice relaxing BBQ and let the kids run wild. It's always adorable to watch little baby buns get in and out of the pool, specifically Charlie's baby bum.
This weekend is Hoopfest so wish our boys luck!


Mule Days '14

It's that time of year again. Mule Days! It is crazy to look back at last years parade (you can view the post here) and see how small they were! I know a year makes a huge difference, especially at this age, but still, he was so tiny! This year he was waving, or at least he waved once, and he got to eat some candy. He definitely cried when we tried to put him out there to get candy though, maybe next year he'll be running around with Line and Daniel to get some. We'll see about that though.
What's a parade without dogs riding horses?
This little girl was so sweet and the kids absolutely LOVED her
Daniel showing off his goods


We're Back!

 We're back! Anyone else love that movie as a kid? I know I did, I'm sure I would hate it watching it now. I remember the dinosaurs were pretty rude, but maybe they weren't that bad.
These pictures are actually from a few weeks ago when we spent the day in Couer d'Alene. This park is one of the best parks in the area, it reminds me of my favorite park as a kid. It's an all wooden structure and there are nooks and crannies that you can crawl in everywhere. Charlie hasn't realized its full potential as of yet, but I think he'll get there.