Thursday, May 1, 2014

Spring Festival

On that wonderful piece of social media (Facebook), I was informed of a great way to entertain the tiny human (new name for Sophia, courtesy of lab-mates).  There was a spring festival thinger at a camp!  There would be rocks!  Trees!  Water!  Rocks!  Oh, yeah, and festival-ish things like food and animals to pet, and a perfect "little husband" that I hadn't seen in far too long.  No, not mine.  This "little husband" is claimed by the person who kindly notified me of this event, but he has been a friend of mine for quite some time.  His wife is pretty darn cool, also.  So, tiny human and I went to see the rocks spring festival goings on and so I could say hi to some friends of mine that were long over-due for a hi.

We checked out the "Bee 'rocks"

And held some rocks while sitting on a rock.  She would have been perfectly content to do just that for the rest of the morning.

They had a bubble blower!!

Bubbles!  Sophia thought it was hers ("Mie!") and was upset when I wouldn't let her throw rocks at it.

What a talented "little husband"....driving "cac-cors" [tractors] full of very excited small children.

He was well supervised. 

He even managed to take a picture of us!  (Thanks!)


Looking over the edge ("nee.  nee.") {letting me know she was on her knees, and not standing up}


Holding her water.

Animals to pet!  

The "ba" living up to its name.  She'll call some animals by their name (puppy, 'tat) and some by their sound (ba being a good example)

Also "bok bok".  They had three sizes of chickens:  big, medium, and....

Small!  I call these chicken nuggets.  Tiny human isn't big enough to be traumatized by that phrase, yet.  She was braver this time, and wanted to touch them.  Nana had nuggets earlier, and she wasn't too sure about them.  Birds tend to make her nervous.  Big dogs, not so much.  Silly, silly tiny human.

Also not pictured is how ridiculously fast she learned the art of eating funnel cake:  take piece of funnel cake.  Suck off powdered sugar.  Re-dip in powered sugar.  Repeat.  *sigh*  We took a pork sandwich to go, but tiny human was so worn out she fell asleep before finishing it...my idea of a good morning!

Thanks for the notice of a lovely way to spend our morning E!



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