Thursday, September 22, 2011

Puyallup fair

On sunday we went to the Puyallup fair with some friends. We didn't take tons of pictures, but we did get a couple. The kids loved the petting zoo. Evie was so cute, tackling a baby goat, and thinking she could pull it over. Here's the bigger girls petting a duckling.
It was rainy, but not too bad, just a drizzle mostly. Evie was very happy to get out of the stroller for lunch.

Since Kiersten ate her lunch, she got to get some cotton candy. She shared a little with Kara, but she made sure Kara remembered it was hers. As soon as she got it, Kara asked for her burger so she could finish eating it, and get a treat too.

Evie did pretty well being stuck in the stroller for most of the time. We definitely knew when she was ready to go home, though.

The kids riding the carousel. They saw it right when we got there, but we made them wait to ride until we were on our way out. Poor Zac ended up getting scared and crying during the ride. It was so sad.

It only took a week for us to get tired of the girls backpacks being thrown around everywhere. I wanted to get a cute coat rack for their rooms, but i couldn't find anything I liked. So I bought these hooks, and painted them. Then I bought cheap little wooden shapes, and painted those, and glued them on to look cuter. I love how they turned out, and the girls were super excited when they saw them.

this one is in Karalee's room. Ben didn't hang it crooked on the wall, I just took a crooked picture.

This is the one in Kiersten's room. I don't know what I was thinking, taking these pictures at such weird angles. it was kinda late at night though, so maybe that explains it.


Bmills said...

That cotton Candy is HUGE

VicandNanc said...

That cotton candy is HUGE! Too funny, I like your coat racks & so impressed you got them done already! I think I'd let a full school year go around before I actually painted them the right color too.

Angelique said...

very cute. and actually i thought the picture you took of kiersten's coat rack looked professional, like something you'd see in a magazine.