Father's Day weekend was spent in New Boston. It was great, because Jordan said he wanted to get away to New Boston to just slow down. Sometimes the city life hustle and bustle can just wear on you. The girls are always up for a trip to New Boston. Luckily, William got to stay with MeeMaw and Granddaddy on Friday night.
Story time with MeeMaw before bed
Tech savy cousins
I don't know one kid that doesn't like a pallet on the floor. What's so fascinating about it?
Trying to hide from Landry and watch the iPad
Sundance and Butch, the horses. Landry loved them. She could have talked to them all day. I love that the girls get to experience the farm and all the different animals, dirt, etc. that you don't get in the city. My mom said one night, I know when they're 16 they'll think that the farm is so boring. I hope that's not the case. I want them to appreciate animals and why farms are so important to our nation and the amazing creatures that God made for us.
PawPaw's farm - beautiful
John Deere tractor that I used to ride when I was little.
Cubes for the cows
This girl loves the camera
Happy Father's Day to Jordan. The girls couldn't ask for a better dad as an example of what a dad and husband should be. You provide so much love to our little family. We love you so much!!!
PawPaw (T.P. Brundrett)
Addison at MeeMee & Papa's. She's growing up so fast.