I am going to have to backtrack to before Mason's birthday. I just wanted to group all of his festivities in one post.
Here we are for a Football Friday. Brody sure does have his own little personality.
Mason's friend from school had a birthday party that Friday night at Tom's Farm. Our whole family was invited for a fun bonfire.
It was a great place. Tons of bonfires set up with tables. We were far away from the groups around us that we never even noticed them. We roasted hotdogs, s'mores, and chatted around the fire.
Saturday morning we headed back to this wonderful town for another football game.
It has been a fun season with these guys.
We even found Colonel Reb.
It is always fun playing Tennessee because we get to hang with all of our friends. It was a beautiful day with awesome people.
Fast forward to the next week. Brody decided to wake up around 4am a couple of mornings this week. Turns out his molars had begun erupting. He woke us up at the crack of dawn and then fell asleep on the drive to Pat's....must be nice to sleep so peacefully.
Another Friday in the books with these Rebels.
Brody was being a rebel for sure. Ha.
We had an away game and John had to work in Arkansas all weekend. We got to spend some quality time with Mickey Mouse. I swear Mason chose a corn dog all by himself. It was funny though seeing we were playing LSU.
It got up to 85 degrees and hot. Crazy for late in October. We were finally able to try out the park by our house with sand. The boys loved it.
But it wore
Mason decided to fasten himself in Brody's swing. Only problem was he was stuck in there until someone helped him out. How does that happen?!
A bunch of boys playing in the house.
Sunday afternoon, we went to the Germantown Farm Park for their fall festival.
They had turtle races.
Just checking out a pig walking around.
We met Reese and the boys there. They all loved the corn maze.
Back for more races. It was the highlight of the event. And I loved it because it was in the shade. =)
Trying out their new jammies.
John and I got tickets to see Once at the Orpheum last night. It was a great show but it was nice to spend some one on one time with this guy since he's been working so much.
Trying to take a picture of the Supermen. One was not having it.
But I finally got him to crack a smile. He just couldn't hold it in any longer.
All the Christmas ads have come in and I can't get these guys' noses out of them. I'm assuming they will have some long lists before Thanksgiving...