This year we stayed home for spring break, and my parents came to visit. We had a ton of fun going somewhere different each day. For the most part, we went to places that were familiar to the boys but we did try out one new place which turned out to be a lot of fun.
We spent a day at the park. We let the boys bring their scooters to ride on the trails, and we also brought bread to feed to the ducks.
Bearhug's typical "camera face" lol
He surprised me by actually smiling for a picture :)
Bitty feeding the ducks
I love Bearhug's expression in this one... Cuddlebug and Bitty are into feeding the ducks but Bearhug looks so bored. He managed to find his own fun sooner after, building a dam in the little stream that leads to the lake.
What a face!!
My mom and I
I never get tired of all the green - it's beautiful!
Hanging out at the house later that day. I gave Bitty my old camera a while back because he loves to take pictures, he was having me clear off his memory card so he could take some more.
We heard about a local trampoline playground so we went to check it out. Can I just say - PERFECT sensory activity!! Bitty complained that he didn't want to go (because it was new) and usually it takes him anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours to relax and get acclimated when we go somewhere new, so I was afraid it would be time to leave before he even got started, but once he saw the trampolines it was only a few minutes before he decided to join in the fun :).
After that we went to the park (a different one this time).
Bitty loves the swings... (I love his smile in these pictures)
...but he was willing to share :)
It was great to see all three boys playing together. Cuddlebug and Bearhug even took turns pushing their little brother on the swing.
Grandma and Grandpa had a fun time too :)
Love their smiles! The tire swing is perfect for twins, no?
And one day we took a little drive into the mountains to see the waterfalls. It was weird to have to wear coats and pants, but it was cold and rainy that day. And foggy! But the fog cleared up while we were there.