Straight from the March for Babies on Saturday morning, we headed to the campsite at Saylorville. My mom and Steve had headed out Friday night, so the campsite was all set up.
Later in the afternoon, the rest of the family arrived for some dinner and playtime. Chloe headed off to the playground with Nanna and Julia.
Much playing and giggling commenced.
The park was a lot of fun.
And some hard work.
Chloe is less adventurous than her cousin, but she definitely kept her eye on Julia and got a little more brave as the night went on.
Then Chloe Mae sang and danced her way back to the campsite.
On Sunday morning, we walked down to the lake. I told Chloe to take her shoes off and roll up her pants so she could put her feet in the water. I’m not sure she’s ever obeyed that quickly before 🙂
She was a little unsure at first.
Before long though, she was in hands and feet, splashing, throwing rocks and digging in her heels when we told her it was time to leave.
Lest we forget, Devon was around too 🙂 He watched the girls at the park and reminded me where food should go.
Dinner wasn’t ready quickly enough for our chunky boy though, so he resorted to eating my shoulder.
He was a bit perplexed by the sleeping arrangements.
Thankfully, we all got some sleep. Then Devon worked in some reading by the fire on Sunday morning.
He also made funny faces. Not camping specific, but cute none-the-less.
Although Devon didn’t get in the water, he and DaddyMort were still soaked (with drool) by the time we left.
Isn’t he adorable?!?