Our grandson called regularly for weeks before our visit with requests. He created quite a bucket list for our four short days together. We not only tackled all but the zoo, we added a visit with the police to see a cruiser including how to turn on lights and an excursion to the park to our agenda. We are saving the zoo for his next visit to our house to avoid a long drive. So we ate sushi, had Cook Out, visited the new house lot, got ice cream, opened presents, went to the trampoline park, bought new shoes, had a picnic in the back yard, did yoga with his new mat, and took a trip to Target. It was a busy couple of days with our favorite three year old.
|Checking out deer tracks with Pops|
|The pollen in Georgia is no joke. From the time we left the Atlanta area, the air was yellow. Allergies were suffered but we didn't let that slow us down.|
|Little man insisted he use the taller basketball goal.|
|Cook Out doesn't yet allow inside dining so we improvised. Ty loves Cook Out and requests corn dogs with a side of corn dogs every visit. We also love their iced tea. We are simple people.|
|Austin loves Carlos, the beta fish and is often requiring an audience while he cares for him.|
|Pops, Aunt Kate, Uncle Ty and Austin got new shoes.|
I simply couldn't narrow down my photos. I love this little family so much. Lauren and Taylor are great parents and building a beautiful life together. We treasure these visits and can't help but wish they were more frequent.