The boys had so much fun running through the woods, finding rocks and sticks. These two have been buddies since the toddler was just weeks old; it's always sweet to see them playing together. The toddler chased two ducks all the way into the water, and we had fun spotting turtles.
Of course there was the inevitable finger-up-the-nose picture. Ugh, I do not understand what little boys find so fascinating about boogers.
Aaaaand, the inevitable trip to time-out.
After we left the Mill, I decided to drive to Conway to visit my sister. We hung out at her apartment for an hour or so. The toddler is always thrilled to be with Aunt Coco! And, bonus! There was construction going on, and the toddler stood at the window pointing out the backhoe loader and the forklift. (Yes, my child knows the exact names for these machines. You learn so much when you have a boy.)
And, once again, we had the inevitable trip to time-out.
After we left Conway, we headed home for naps. And yes, I do mean naps for both of us. I've been so tired lately. Thankfully, the toddler napped for over four hours, and I napped for over two hours. Heavenly!! When we got up, it was time to clean the house, because I was having my family over to eat dinner with us. We had such a great time together. The hubbs showed up (after taking 36-hour call) just in time. I hadn't seen him in two days! I made white chili--a recipe from my friend Christi. Everyone loved it!
The evening ended with a game of golf with BeeGee. I can't think of a more perfect ending to a great day! :)