On Saturday, on the spur of the moment, we decided to go see the Ringling Brothers circus that was in town, and it was FULLY CHARGED!
We got there early and were able to see the pre-show, including an elephant painting a picture with it’s trunk!
Asia and her masterpiece
Mommy with the boys, waiting for the show to start.
The tight-rope act was so impressive. Not only does this girl do the splits up on the wire, but guys jump over each other, landing on the wire. And this next feat was just incredible…
I think I was holding my breath for them!
There were 14 VERY well trained tigers in the show. At the end, one even hopped away like a bunny on its hind legs!
This one had a little bit of an attitude
Noah’s favorite part of the circus was the snacks!
Noah’s second favorite part was the elephants
If you have been around me the past couple weeks, you probably know we debated for a while about whether it was worth it to spend the money on the circus, and would Noah sit still to watch the show. Wow! Was it ever worth it! Garrett napped only for the intermission, and it really might have been the Greatest Show on Earth!
Garrett and I were sitting at the kitchen table tonight, waiting for Daddy and Noah to come home for dinner, and Garrett was all smiles in the Bumbo.
For the most part, Garrett is a very content baby. He doesn’t mind being put down, he doesn’t demand to be held, and for that I am thankful. However, sometimes it’s fun to tote him around to do household chores. I like to have him help me cook dinner – I explain what I’m doing, and he gets to see the world from a different perspective. Maybe he’ll become a chef someday
For Christmas we got a 3D TV, and we had yet to watch something in 3D – that is, until last night! Noah had a good week so we let him stay up late, and we watched A Turtle’s Tale. Before the movie started, he was most excited about the popcorn and M&M’s. Once the movie started, it was fun to watch him reach out toward the screen to try to catch the fish and other ocean critters.
Getting him to wind down after the movie was a challenge, but it was worth it to see how much fun he had
I took the boys up the playground after lunch today to enjoy the beautiful Spring-like weather we’re having. As I mentioned in a previous post, Noah doesn’t need help anymore for the swings, so I was trying to think of something to do to entertain Garrett while Noah was swinging away. LIGHTBULB – The swings! He loved it
Hey! This is pretty fun!
Noah was excited that little brother shares his love of swings and so wanted to join him:
P.S. Noah got stuck trying to get out
When Noah woke me up on Valentine’s day, I asked him how my little valentine was. He looked at me and declares, “Mom! Valentines are paper and can’t move! I move so I am not a valentine! I am NOAH FONS!” Funny little boy
Here are some cute pictures of our littlest valentine:
Don’t break my heart! Please say you’ll be my valentine!
There’s the smile we know
We hope your day was full of sweet treats!
It was inevitable that this day would come. I should have known it was right around the corner now that Noah can open the doors with the child locks. Noah can swing all by himself Um…I mean
Stay tuned…next week he’ll probably start driving!