We had such a great weekend. The cooler weather finally came to town and our good friends the Bairds came to visit and go to the game with us. As soon as football season rolls around Elle starts asking when Lizzie is coming to town for a game. Friday night we ordered Obys takeout and the kids played and probably stayed up too late but they were so happy to see each other.
We were playing Kentucky and it was also Homecoming. We played just okay during our last game so I was a little nervous as to how we would do against Kentucky that has gotten a lot better in the past years but we played much better and we won the game so that was fun. We tailgated for several hours before the game and the kids all had such a good time and of course the grown ups did too. After the game was over we came back to the tailgate and didn't rush to leave. We hung out to watch some of the Ole Miss LSU game, eat more food and let the kids play. After we finally packed up and headed back to the car we grabbed some pizzas and went home to hang out some more before crashing! We were exhausted.
Sunday morning we got up and I made a big breakfast before the Bairds had to leave. The rest of the day we just relaxed and rested. I think everyone napped in the afternoon!
The kids got these silly mouth sucker things and they were cracking up at each other!
Sweet picture of Walker and Lucy.
Two lifelong friends back together again and Lizzie loved our Lucy too!
Sweet girls playing at the tailgate.
Kenny loves holding Bailey and she usually enjoys him but on this day she wasn't having him!
This is probably mildly inappropriate but Walker might of helped
Mr. Wilson sneak his drink into the game.
Mollie and me walking into the game.
Walker loves the excitement of the games so much!
Doing some coloring.
Funnel cake to get through the third quarter.
Walker my sugar lover of course loved it.
Leaving the game with a win.
Grace and Walker got in some quality time after the game at the tailgate.
The kids got these little wood homes in a boo basket and spent their time painting and decorating them on Sunday morning.