I don’t know if we have been going to the kite festival for 11 years or 7 years but, every year since Hannah’s first birthday and maybe a few before she was born we have spent the last weekend of June at the kite festival. (Last year I was in New Mexico but the rest of the family still went with out me.) It just so happens to be always Hannah’s birthday weekend, Suzanne’s too with only two days between them, so we have made it a family tradition to celebrate at the kite festival. Most of this post will be pictures. We had great weather and a beautiful fun weekend.
We headed back to camp around 4:15-4:30 just in time to enjoy roasting up some hot dogs for dinner. Eve took a pre-dinner nap. The guys played a board game, and the rest of the kids ran and ran and ran until nearly dark playing in the central field in our campground loop.
We shared a fun camping dessert we learned with Michael and Kristen Sherman last fall when we visited Indiana, cresant roll wrapped around your marshmallow then roasted. We even added some chocolate to the inside and it was a hit. We are thinking it needs just the tiniest pinch of kosher salt and it would be perfect.
For two nights in a row I got to snuggle this little bug. It did this aunties heart good since I have missed so much of his life so far, experiencing it through FaceBook and facetime isn’t quite the same.