A slow weekend.
We had the best little weekend around here. :)
Clint was judging a fair in Idaho late last week, so the Chan man and I got a lot of snuggling time in!
I can't figure out how to help him go to bed before 10:00 pm (and the kid wakes up between 5 and 6 am), but I'll take the snuggles he gives for the two hours before he goes to bed.
After Chandler woke up and had some breakfast, we went out to see Clint and help him move cows around before it got too hot.
Later that morning, a gentleman named Lindsay came to hang up signs for the "Our Land, Our Voice" campaign and we tagged along.
And Saturday - we got a lot of napping done. :)
That evening I was watering the lawn and flowers, and Chandler was super content to play with the hose.
And look who is big enough to ride in the shopping cart all by himself!!!!
Ahhh - sweet baby, you're growing up so fast.
And he loved getting to ride in the cart - he thought he was pretty cool - like his auntie Lindsay who gave him this onesie. :)
Back in the stroller - helping mommy & daddy do things outside.
Sunday morning we moved cows again (Clint tries to move cows first thing in the morning, so they don't get overheated) and since we were in the pasture driving around for awhile, Chandler got to ride up front with me.
When I had to get out to open a pasture gate, he was perfectly content to hang out in a shady spot.
And he never passes up a chance to drive! Home boy loves a steering wheel!
After we got to the house on Sunday, our friends the Ellis' stopped by on their way from a wedding and Henry & Chandler got to play. Chandler LOOOVED playing with Henry, and crawling after him. They both were on the MOVE and this was the best picture we got.
We spent the rest of the day working on things around the ranch, feeding a few groups of cows and getting ready for Clint to precondition again today.
It was a great weekend, living the dream!
I just love our little family, and the great life we get to live.
And this morning, we were up and at 'em, back at work. (And in Chandler's case - he was off to Pam's!) We're thankful for great careers that allow us a quality of life that we know we are blessed to live.