Gina and Mom...
I have grown so much that Mom said my feet aren't even close to fitting in the stirrups that used to hold my feet up. Dad is always glad to carry me now, and Mom said she's glad to let him! It's rare that she takes me to a trail where the stroller doesn't fit, she's says I'm just too big!
Mom found a butterfly that had died on a flower, she said it looked like a very peaceful way to die... for a butterfly! She said it must have died while it was sleeping. Why am I telling you this story you ask? Because that meant I got to hold a butterfly! I thought it beautiful!
Then as we came closer to the trailhead there were a couple of rescue squads and an ambulance trying to help with the above situation. The 2 paramedics that had stayed behind thought I was pretty cute and they brought me a sticker and said that I am now a "Junior Paramedic!"
Just thought I'd show you my sticker again! Yep... I'm pretty proud to be a Junior Paramedic, I even slept with my new sticker during naptime... You never know when duty calls!
Then we had to get ready for the Harvest Festival that our church held this afternoon. We were supposed to wear our "Western Wear" but Mom and Dad said we own nothing like that and still haven't quite figured out all of the west coast! But I got to see lots of real cowboys and cowgirls! These Idahoans really know how to get Western! So Dad let Mom wear his migrant worker hat and Mom tied a bandana around my neck... you can see the finished product below!
Gina got to go to the Harvest Festival for a while too, and then she went back home to Bend. I sure hope she comes back soon! Mom says I don't have to worry, because she's going to move here one day... I sure hope so!
So below is pictures of all the fun I had and boy let me tell you... I had some good ole' fun!
Oh yes that's me twisted and upside down in the jump house! I am just a crazy girl who loves to have fun!And you got it! That is me on a pony all by myself! No one told me I was going to get to ride a pony! I can't believe they would withhold such information!
I insisted that we get in line time and time again to ride the pony, but it wasn't hard for Mom and Dad to distract me with another activity! There were so many fun things to do!
I was even brave enough to have my face painted! And I made some new friends... they didn't have much to say though!
The one thing that disappointed me was that I missed the hayrides while I was having so much fun... So mom let me pretend I was going on a hayride and play for a while.
And this was the huge inflatable slide! I went down this over and over and over!
Mom says this was my best landing yet!
By the end of the Harvest Party I was exhausted! That is why I don't look so thrilled in this picture... But I have to say Harvest Party's are my favorite! I wish we could go everyday!