This past Sunday we made plans to meet the Yeager's at the park. I really wanted to get Aiden out of the house and I was feeling a little guilty that he hadn't had much of a chance to play with friends over my break. I think he appreciated the afternoon out with Luke, even if it was a bit chilly (for Texas).
|Aiden is getting more and more bold these days. I still prefer a spotter for certain feats.|
I'm super bummed that I can't get these photos to stay rotated after loading. Sorry for the crick in your neck!
|Zach and Luke (Aiden is learning adult's names now)|
|Luke in a tube|
|Linsey and Kenley - feeding time!|
After feeding the non-existent turtles in the pond (I'm pretty sure they were staying warm at the bottom of the water), we decided to go out for dinner. We just happened to be near a Cracker Barrel, which I haven't been to in years. Decades maybe. I know it was while I was still in high school, could have been before that. The only time I've ever been was with my friend's family for breakfast after I stayed the night at her house. I'm pretty sure the last time I stayed the night at her house was Freshman year of high school. I'd never been for dinner. Of course, I had to reminisce with breakfast for dinner. I'm a little ashamed to say I ate half of my plate and half of Aiden's. Those grits really hit the spot! Aiden's favorite meal is breakfast, so we ordered pancakes and bacon for him. He went to town.
Man, that place is awesome. I need to remember that place next time someone asks where I want to go to eat.