Our granddaughter, Tiffany Peterson, and her mother, Kelley Cromwell came by for breakfast and a driving break with our precious great grandchildren, Dakoda (almost 4) and Brooke (3 years old).
We had a lovely visit while they ate pumpkin pancakes, bacon and scrambled eggs. I had some items left over from my International Red Hat Convention in San Antonio, Texas last month which I had saved to give to the children. They each got a stick horse, red cowboy hats and other items I had put together for them to play dress-up.
|L to R: Dakoda, Tiffany, Grammy Carla, Brooke and Mimi Kelley enjoying breakfast|
|Brooke, Kelley and Tiffany|
|I appear to be spinning some kind of yarn to Kelley and Tiffany|
|Apparently, Dakoda likes his new hat|
|Brooke continues to eat. She can put it away!|
|Dakoda with his new stick horse named "Lady Glitter"|
|Looks like Brooke has finally eaten all she possibly can!|
|Dakoda is a'ridin'|
|Brooke wonders why her horse doesn't whinny like Dakoda's does when she pinches her ear|
|They are enjoying this ride|
|Kelley watching the kids ride|
|Brooke, waving to the camera|
|L to R: Tiffany, Brooke, Carla, Dakoda and Kelley. Four generations represented here!|
Thanks to Douglas A. Kerr, Photography for taking all the pictures and, as usual, we forgot to take one of him (also known as Papa Doug).
This is all I have to say for now.