Monday, April 30, 2012

Castle Island & Carnival

Last Saturday since it was such a nice day out we decided to take the kids to Castle Island. 
 Cole and I just got salads on the way, but the kids got yummy food at Sullivan's.....drool.
 The babies just think juice boxes are the greatest thing ever! I only get them for them when we are out n about, but once they get them they keep a death grip on them. 
 After we sat and ate, we walked around for a while looking at all the boats and planes. 
 Before we left we let the kids play at the playground for a while. Let me tell you having 3 kids playing at a crowded playground with only 2 adults to keep an eye on them, sends me into panic mode. After almost 10 minutes of constant anxiety, I finally decided to put the babies make in the stroller before I die of a heartache.

After Castle Island, we surprised Grace by taking her to the Weymouth Carnival. We didn't tell her what we were doing or where we were going. She was very excited when we pulled in!
 They had a little petting zoo there, which Grace really liked. 
Carter on the other hand, HATED it. He just screamed any time we got close to the animals. 
 Poor baby, doesn't like petting zoos. 
 We let Grace pick a few rides to go on. She wasn't tall enough to go by herself, so Cole went with her. 
 The babies watching Grace on the rides. 
Grace said this ride was her favorite. 
This little boat, spun around, it was really cute. 
Fun House
Super slide
After Grace used all her tickets we let the kids get a snack. The babies had some milk and ice cream. 
Grace got her first ever rootbeer float.  
Emma is such a goof ball when it comes to food.
Carter on the other hand, is super serious when it comes to food, he doesn't want to risk spilling a single drop. 
Grace drank every last sip of her huge drink. 

1 comment:

Kass said...

WOW!! we should have gone to this carnival!! so much better then then one in Taunton. Though we did go after work one night and had a pretty busy weekend. I'm sure there will be lots of others through out the summer.