Thursday, March 25, 2010

Rodeo fun!

It's been a week and a day since we went to the rodeo. Yeah I am pretty much slow at keeping up with this blog. :) We had a fabulous time at the Rodeo. Drake and Kera's favorite part is definitely the petting zoo. Unfortunately the next day Drake woke up with a swollen shut eye. "Allergies" says his doctor. Probably hay. Thanks to my lovely husband and his allergies, now my son has to suffer. Poor little guy. After spending $40 on a tube less than an inch long it cleared up - only with one application. He's worth every penny though.

Next year when we go to the rodeo I am sure Drake and Kera will be tall enough to ride some rides. That will be fun!


Yes, I realize that most of all of my pictures are of the back of my children's heads. Woops. Oh and do you see that little cowgirl hat Kera is wearing? That was her hat that we bought her last year. Obviously her head has not grown that much ... it still fits... kind of. Drakes on the other hand not so much. Oh and the picture where they are holding hands. That is how we walk now... the four of us, in a line. Super cute to watch them hold hands walking down the street. If one lets go they grab hands again :).


debsimp March 26, 2010 at 9:23 AM  

You can blame those allergies on Grandpa Ken. He was horribly allergic to hay when we were asthma all the time.

About Me

My name is Melissa Schilling. I am married to my wonderful husband Dane who I have been with for 10 years. We have toddler twin babies Drake and Kera. I started this blog in hopes to one day be a photographer. As for right now my husband and I are using photography as a hobby we can do together. We are starting the 365 day project August 1, 2009. I can't wait to start to learn more and more about my camera. I look forward to any feedback. I will be mostly focusing on people subjects, because that is what I am interested in. However there may be a few other types of photography in the mix.

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