Saturday, February 26, 2011

Trucks, Good Eats, and Nanie lovin'

 Jack is down for a nap, though a little late...because we were just having too much fun today.

The morning started off by waking up early and heading to the Woodlands for Touch-a-Truck. Its a free event where they bring all sorts of big trucks to Creekside and allow the kids to touch, honk and turn the wheel however they may want! Jack I think was a little tired from the long car ride over there, so he wasn't as happy as he usually is to see big trucks. The other thing was those sirens and big rig horns are LOUD, so I think it was causing baby boy to get nervous. Daddy had to go in most of the trucks with him but we still had a great time and loved that Aunt Stacy got to join us too!

Hey Mom, I'm trying to fight a fire here, can you put the camera down please?
Aunt Stacy liked the firetruck the best :)
Some of the lines were long, so we just looked at those :)



That white bus was a decked out tailgating bus!
Texas doesn't mess around when it comes to football & BBQ!





After the trucks Stacy took us over to http://hubbellandhudson.com/ for lunch and it was soooo good! I had the salad bar, Kevin and Stacy had burgers ...and little Jack had sweet potato fries with a fancy grilled cheese!

Once we finished our great lunch we took the quick drive to see Jacks Great Grandmother and her cat Andy. Jack loves that cat and his toys. Andy was watching Jack very carefully while he was playing with Andy's toys!



Such a fun morning and we still have half the day left! Thanks Aunt Stacy for meeting us out and Nanie for having us over,  we love yall!
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3 comments:

cMe said...

You're such a good momma for doing all of these early weekend activities! I looove H&H too, I've only been there once.

Carl&JulieFamilySite said...

I wish they had something like that out here! Christian would love that! I always keeps a pair of earplugs in my bag for Christian, just in case. Crazy, I know, but it's come in handy more than once. You don't realize how loud things are until you bring a toddler along. Especially a cranky one. :)

Michelle said...

What a GREAT idea. I wish they did something like that in our area.