So what did we do for the two days off? Monday, we took Cameron to the doctor. He ended up with a bacterial infection which is contagious. We have been swabbing our nose with antibiotic ointment to keep us from getting it every since.
Tuesday we decided to have a family fun day. We decided to take the boys to the Gentry Safari and go on a picnic. We ate our lunch at the lake. It was nice except for the all the insects coming to visit and a "jumping spider" down my back. However, the blueberry fight was fun!
Cameron was being pelted with some blueberries and then he turned around and we got a good laugh!
When we arrived at the safari and realized it was around 100 degrees that day, we armed ourselves with cold water and headed off toward the babies first. I love babies! All things little.
Before we reached the babies we noticed pony rides and a camel ride. The boys decided they wanted to ride the camel. $10.00 for four times around in a circle. Not very frugal but watching them made it worth it.
Here are some of our favorite animals we saw. Caden couldn't wait to see the kangaroos. He really wanted to see one hop. He got his wish! However, most were just laying around. This kangaroo was chillaxin!
What 100 degrees looks like on Caden. He is not sunburned just HOT! Thank goodness for the water! Caden is shaking the Lemur's hand. Glad he didn't wake him up because a helper came by to put him up and said he gets cranky when you wake him up. She was right.
Daddy had to remind the boys what they ate for breakfast! Did you know the pigs wag their tail like dogs! So funny!
My favorite....a baby monkey! So cute!
After the petting zoo we got in our car and cooled off as we went on the drive. It took us about an hour to see the rest of the animals. Cameron was our photographer on the drive. Here is a few of his shots. I thought he did a great job! At least we didn't have any bathroom incidents on the drive this time! Two years ago we had to get creative when Cam had to go right now. You are not suppose to get out on the drive or roll your window down. Thank goodness for boys and water bottles!
One of the favorite things the boys did was feeding the goats. Now they want a goat!
This is a 20 second video! I just love it!