Monday, May 9, 2011

Fun with Grandbabies!

The trip to Kentucky was to help our son with grandbabies. Mason is 2 and Simon is three months. Mommy was going on a business trip, and we went to help...as well as to meet Simon! It was so tiring, but work got done and fun was had. I think the pictures speak for themselves.

Simon is a precious little fellow who rarely cries. He just soaks up what is around him, watching and listening. And in a house with an overly active two year old there is lots to hear!!









Mason talks up a storm, is into everything, rarely sits still, has no time to eat, and loves Curious George on the TV. (One of the nicest thing about the ride home was NO Curious George!)


On Thursday, all the men of the family worked on putting in an ice maker for Mommy's Mother Day surprise on her return.


On Friday, Mason's preschool went to the zoo which is actually in Cincinnati. What a wonderful zoo! The second oldest zoo in the United States, this zoo was full of interesting things and walkways like a park for strolling. Everyone had a favorite from the zoo. For Grammie it was the gorilla; isn't he a great looking guy







For Grandpa, it was the solar powered waste can!!! Mason liked it all, ran and jumped, fed and petted, crawled and rode!












             Then there was finally a rest somewhere at the end of the day, but not for long!


5 comments:

Linda O'Connell said...

What cute little guys, and your gorilla crush is cute too :)
It is always fun to make memories with grandbabies. Looks like you sure did!

Rebecca said...

Fun! Sounds (and looks) like there's a LOT of personality and energy in that house! Simon is SO expressive in those pictures. I know your presence was a GREAT blessing to them and to YOU!

Ames said...

It's wonderful being grandma! You can love em and spoil em and hand em back at the end of the day!~Ames

irishoma said...

Hi Claudia,
Your grandbabies are adorable. So happy you had a fun time, even if it was exhausing for you.
What wonderful memories for you all!
Donna

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Oh, my goodness! I'm smiling just looking at those faces! What a lucky grandma you are.