You couldn't find a more giddy group of people then the ones in our house days before the Grandma's and Grandpa were coming to town! We were counting down on the calendar and planning all of the things that we wanted to do with them for weeks before they got here! Grandma Debbie came first and with her she brought a gift that left me breaking down and crying in front of the entire airport! My brother and sweet sister in law are pregnant...with TWINS!!! We have been waiting and praying for this sweet news for a long time now! They are going to be AMAZING parents and I can't wait to snuggle those little ones! They announced it in the cutest way and as soon as I get my scanner to work, I will show you! ADORABLE!!! I really only have one outing of pictures to post because we were so busy the whole time that I forgot to take pictures a lot. But, boy did we have fun! We played and snuggled and talked and repeated and repeated the process over and over again!
In these pictures we were driving around Hocking Hills exploring and admiring all of the beautiful leaves! Everything was so pretty! We stopped at a few shops and had lunch at a pizza joint! I was a great day! We were also scouting out places to take Livia's baptism pictures! The little girls had a blast playing outside with Grandma!
We found the cutest little cottages that you can rent and as we were leaving, Ainslee all of the sudden said, "Mom, pull over." I asked her why, and she said, "because I need to take my picture right now, right there!" I of course pulled over and got her out, she walked right over to this spot and started posing! It was hilarious and so dang cute!!! Oh I love this girl!!!
When we were shopping, the kids found this bunny cage...they thought it was a fort for them, until they discovered that it locked, then they weren't too fond of the idea!
Grandma Debbie was with us for a few days before Grandma Retta, Grandpa Larry and Uncle Tyler and Aunt McKaylee came. I will blog more about what we all did together in the next post! We are so blessed to have such wonderful Grandma's and Grandpa's!