We also went to the "Track". It's a place with putt-putt, go-carts, and a little amusement park for the little ones. Carter really enjoys riding go-carts.
Wow, this week has felt like we have been on a "tornado ride". Saturday we had a tee-ball game and we left from there and went straight to Destin, Florida for a little R&R. But, with 2 small boys you don't get much of both "R's" at the same time. We had fun though, playing in the sand and swimming.
We built sand castles (didn't get any pictures because the Woodard Demolition Team (Carter and Braden)works a lot faster than the Woodard Construction Team (Daddy), and got to swim in the swimming pool (hope to get one of those one day). We also went to the Florida Gulfarium. The boys had a BLAST. They got to see dolphins and sea lions. They had a really good time. Carter asked about every question that he could think of, you know he is in school now and knows everything. And Braden would just scream " going to see dolphins!!!!!"
He'll try to race anything. We watch NASCAR races together. His favorite driver is Hevin Hargik (I think is how you spell what he says) but it really is Kevin Harvick. He drives the #29 Pennzoil Chevy. He has about 30 different race cars, and he will drive them around the living room floor for hours.
Braden got to ride several rides, flying airplane, carousel, teacups, and ferris wheel. But I think his favorite was the ferris wheel. He just grinned from ear to ear the whole time he was on that thing. I don't think that boy is scared of anything. He would probably have rode that thing over and over.
Then it was back to reality, we got home late Thursday night and back to the grind of "normal" life. There was 2 tee-ball games on Saturday where I made the biggest mistake a coach could make. Our team played a really good team for the first game and they played really hard but came up just a little short. We had never played a double header before and I knew there were a few kids who have a hard time playing 1 game let alone 2 back to back. So, being a genius (I thought) I told the kids that if they played hard and we won I would take them all to McDonald's and buy them an ice-cream cone. They were all excited and screaming "we are going to win". It wasn't 5 minutes later that the other team's coach came to me to forfeit. So I had to live up to my promise an buy the whole team an ice-cream cone. I think they got the better end of that deal. And add 1 more game on Monday night and I am exhausted from my time off. So finally the "tornado ride" is over (Thank GOD). Now I can just get back to my normal crazy life.