Thursday, January 31, 2013

Stock Show & Westen Day

Last week it seemed like we did all things western. Early in the week Luke and I got up and headed to the stock show to look at the animals. It was great because no one was there and we could just walk around with out the crowds. We even came upon a showing of some cows and watched that for a while. Luke was loving seeing the animals, but he really loved watching them go potty. Boys...
By the way Luke is 2 and he already knows how to win me over. He wore tennis shoes to the fair because his feet are too big for his boots from last year.  And everyone that he saw with boot on he would say 'he's a cowboy' and then say "I'm not a cowboy I don't have boots" it made me so sad so we had to go the the exhibits and buy him a pair of boot so that he could be a cowboy. When he put the boots on he kept saying over and over with so much excitement "Mom, I'm a cowboy!" So cute, but he sure knows how to get what he wants.
Anyways we walked around 'rode' the tractors, ate a corn dog, pet a bunch of animals. It was a wonderful and a fun morning, and we even made it home in time for a nap!

Later on in the week he had western day at school, and of course he needed a Texas sandwich for lunch that day. They had animals and pony rides- Luke was in heaven. We took pictures of him before we left for school and we let him put on his toy water guns but we replaced them with a toy dinosaur and deer to go into school. Such a stud cowboy.

Andrew and Luke finished off the week going to the rodeo with some family.

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