Saturday, August 29, 2015
Next, we assessed their abilities as superhero's by running them through our obstacle course. The kids had to run through the tire and punch the first ninja/bad guy out of the way so that they could throw the football through the tire. Next, they advanced to the next bad guy and had to attack him to get to the tire. The kids had to climb up into the tire where there were webs (silly string) waiting for them. They had to shoot their webs at the ninja/bad guy in front of them. After they had shot their webs they could advance to the ladder. Atop the ladder there was a bomb that they had to retrieve. Once they and their bombs were safely to the ground they had to hurdle over a series of sandbags to a safe area to defuse the bomb that contained their prize.
Posted by McCall at 7:05 PM
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Sunday, August 9, 2015
Naturally, all that hard working pulling in the fish was very exhausting!
I can't express enough how grateful I am that I married a man like Jared! He is so devoted to making memories with his kids! He loves to get them out doing things that they might not otherwise get to do! Heaven knows that their mom wouldn't be out on that little boat all day catching slimy fish!!
As a fun side note, Ryan got to go shopping for some back to school clothes with her Nana S. She came home and put on the clothes and came into my room to show me how she looked. She struck a pose and announced, "Now THIS is fashion!" If you know Ryan, you can picture the moment! Sweetest girly girl in the entire world!!
Posted by McCall at 9:07 PM
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
As for the boy... he is fearless as ever! It seams like he is enjoying things more when his sister is in discomfort. A true brother! This boy is just the most pleasant, loving, funny, and cutest boy you could ever dream up! Take my word, he is all boy! Just the thought of a challenge will motivate this kid to tackle anything! He has let me know that we should call him "Elder Park" and that he is no longer a ninja... now he is a Karate Master! Oh and before I forget, I meant to write this story down so I don't forget. A few weeks ago in the car Mac said he knew where he wanted to serve his mission when he is older... India. I commented that I thought he would be a good missionary where ever he was called to serve... "India... or Candy Land" Lol! I'm hoping for a call to Candy Land for him!
Posted by McCall at 11:24 AM