Aiken is known mostly for golf and horses. On Tuesday, we visited the Equine Rescue so the boys could see some horses, ponies, donkeys and of course a tractor.
And of course Chick-fil-A.
Anyone with kids knows that kids adapt super well to traveling and usually have no sleep issues whatsoever. Just kidding. The littlest was up by 4:45 every morning and since he was in sleeping in the same room, we couldn't
let him cry it out tuck him nicely back in over and over. This brought plenty of early morning playtime.
Walking around downtown with some "yi-bops"
Kids also usually eat super well when traveling. Ryder was thrilled to get cupcakes every night.
They love each other.
Thanksgiving number one with my family.
Ryder with his nightly cupcake.
The King/Oprea/Bullard cousins
Sugar crash and stimulation overload.
Thanksgiving number two with Dustin's side of the family. Somehow, I only managed to take a couple pics.
And this sums up how we all feel after the week.
The week before last, we got to go to Finn's school for a family Thanksgiving celebration. It was just the sweetest little thing where they sang a couple songs for the parents and then everyone from all the classes got to eat a meal together.
We have been full swing into Christmas since Nov 1 in our house, so stay tuned for some pics of all things merry and bright.