Two weeks ago, we took our babies and went camping/fishing with my family in Oklahoma. My Granny, Papa, aunts and uncles, cousins, etc. have been doing this for about 7 years now. We haven't been able to go until this year. We are so glad we did. We had the best time. We relaxed and were refreshed when we returned home. I will explain the rest in pictures!
The best part of all was watching my cousins babies and our babies play together. The older four got along really well and were so cute to watch. Reesey tagged along thinking she was big enough for hiking, playing superheros, climbing trees, running races, anything you can think of. The kids had a blast and were going 100% of the day!
Early one morning my Papa, Tyson and Rylan went out to go fishing.
My Papa had the big kids run races around our campsite. It was so funny and good for them all four to release that kind of energy. My Papa had gotten them all trophies.
The boys were the proudest of their trophies. I love this picture of the Daddy's looking on at their boys.
In the evenings this was our view................beautiful.
Another picture of the five great-grand babies.
Here are the proud great grandparents with their beautiful brood.
What is a camping trip without Smore's. The kids loved this and so did most of the grown-ups.
Reesey even got to partake in the action. She has a sweet tooth like her Mommy and Bubba, so our girl ate up her smore rather fast.
On another day my cousin and her babes, Rylan and I went out with my Uncle Lynn. Each kid got a turn to drive his boat.
We fished in boats and off the shore. Rylan caught a fish with the help of many. He was very proud but didn't want to hold it.
My momma came up the last night we were there. I love this picture it is my cousin Stephanie (my playmate growing up), Aunt Debbie, Granny, Momma, and me.
This was a sweet week for the Purdy's. It was a perfect trip for the age of our babies, nothing stressful just fun, surrounded by family and God's beauty. Rylan already asks when we will be going camping again.