We visited our county fair yesterday and we are still exhausted after a full night of sleep. It's tiring enough to walk a long way and to subject your body to the rigors that some of the rides provide, but on top of that we were constantly looking around us to make sure we still had six little bodies with us. I can't even imagine the freak out if we were to lose one of them.
Cody and Carson are particularly hard to keep up with because they tend to be easily distracted
by the noise and lights and crazy looking people. More than once I turned around to find them totally absorbed in something that had caught their eye.
We had the double stroller with us which takes Memphis out of the equation, thank God. Had he been loose we would have spent the entire time running after him shouting, "Hey you little monster! Don't you know we are here to protect you from the huge machinery and insane carnies? Stop running away!"
Brianna spent the afternoon trying to steal my cotton candy. I am very serious about cotton candy. It is the most amazing creation ever. So, I was glad that it seemed to satisfy Bri
and the other kids when I gave them each a little bit.
Silas did amazingly well riding in the stroller or strapped to the front of either Brad or me. At one point, while I was wearing her, Brad was trying to talk me into riding a particularly scary ride. I said, "Alright, alright, but if I die it's your fault," and we proceeded to make our way over to The Inverter.Meyson
thought that I was going to leave Silas strapped to me during the ride and was extremely distraught at the thought of how scared she would be. He began trying fervently to convince me that it was a really, really bad
idea. He's a good big brother.
We never did make it over to The Inverter, much to Brad's dismay, but I think everyone else got to ride everything
they wanted to ride. Now we have a whole year to recover and it's a good thing because we're going to need it.
Labels: Brad, Brianna, Carson, Cody, Memphis, Meyson, Silas