Thursday, May 30, 2013

Fort Deposit

We got summer started off by heading down to Fort Deposit/Greenville.  My Grandmother, that lives in Greenville, is moving to Florida to be closer to the rest of our family, while I'm very excited for her in that I will miss having her here and getting to visit with her when we make our trips to Fort Deposit.  We started our weekend off by helping her load up the moving truck so she and my uncle could head south...

For some reason if there is a balcony involved- furniture will be brought down over it!  
We got her squared away and she was on the road.  Brett and Mr. Ronnie were playing in a Father/Son Golf tournament afterward, so I headed back to Brett's parents house so John William and I could hit the pool!

He wasn't so sure about it at first, but as always, once a ball was introduced it became ok!  He had a big time splashing around and throwing the ball.  He wasn't interested in his float- maybe next time.

I, however, was very interested in the float!  Once John William laid down for a nap I was able to lay back with my Diet Mountain Dew and just float in the water.  I haven't done that in a while, and it was so nice.  The weather was perfect, the scenery was quiet except for sounds of nature, and the vitamin D  was making me feel so good.  It was a wonderful afternoon in the pool!

When John William woke up, it was time to play!  We tried out his new play set..

 He loved to go up the ladder and down the slide!  The swings and steering wheel on it were pretty cool too!

then came his new favorite thing...

Riding the Chuck Wagon.  Oh my. he would have rode around all day.  We went all around the yard, talked to the cows, went up and down hills, and just had a blast.  He thought he was big stuff while he was 'driving'... 

 We had a great visit, and so much fun..  

our big boy also did this..  

decided to take several steps!!  Can't believe how big he is getting so fast!  We are enjoying every minute of it!

1 comment:

  1. So glad I got to meet you guys last night at the potluck! Looking forward to many more and being part of the neighborhood :)