The fort grew and grew and stayed up til right before nap time today.
After a nice nap (for all of us), Papa started dinner and started a fire in our fire pit. After we ate and cleaned up, we headed down to the outdoor living room with graham crackers, Hershey's chocolate and marshmallows. Nana also brought a few color cones for the fire. The kids are pretty restricted on their sugar intake and rightfully so but what happens at Nana and Papa's stays at Nana and Papa's.
I woke up this morning to a sweet kiss from our little guy and then it was on to breakfast. Papa and Landon fixed Papa's grandmother's pancakes (like crepes) and bacon. Yum. Landon told us when he grows up he wants to build houses and cook in them. Excellent aspirations I say!
After cleaning up from the ice cream, we walked through the Arts and Crafts Fair held on the Sponge Docks this weekend. The students in the culinary program at Tarpon Springs High School had a booth and were passing out samples. Landon gave them an A+ on the quinoa and mango dish.
I LOVE THESE TIMES CREATING MEMORIES WITH THE LITTLE GUYS.