Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Farm Show

We made it another year to the farm show in Louisville last week. We had a good time. I forgot my good camera so all I had was the cell phone and the pics didn't turn out as great as I wished. The girls had a good time at Red Robin (Yum!) The whole Wilson clan was there on Wednesday and the girls had a good time playing and riding in the double stroller. Riley loved climbing on all the equipment.

We were at one booth and she climbed up on a tractor and started pulling all the levers and "driving". The lady from the company remarked how she'd never seen a little girl jump up and look so comfortable in the tractor seat, that it was usually the boys. She would have been shocked last spring to see Riley driving across the field by herself in the golfcart. She is a little too comfortable if you ask me.

The last pic was pure goofyness. Tim and I were shopping and I saw this hat. Probably something meant to be worn to the KY Derby. It looked like something Cindy Lou Who would be wearing in Whoville. I could resist trying it on and Tim snapped the pic with his phone.

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Friday, February 11, 2011

Fun in the Snow

We've had a little over 9 inches of snow in Murray this week. For a place that doesn't usually get more than 2 at a time, this has really made a mess. It has been fun though. The snow packed really well and many snowmen were built around town. Riley and I built one in the front yard. She only wanted him to be two rounds high for some reason. We originally put a sock hat on him, but Riley decided he needed a "tractor" hat so Daddy had to supply another hat for Mr. Snowman. Riley's red had is a holdover from when Jesse and I were kids. Not sure who it belonged to but we found it when we were cleaning out the attic at Mom and Dad's one day. Maybe Reese can wear it next winter. It is very redneck and complete with ear warmers and a chin strap!

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Friday, February 4, 2011

Dancing with Grammy

Riley was dancing to "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" at my Grandparent's house before supper on Christmas Day.