I'm so happy the rain subsided enough for me to get out of the house. My sister, Kennedy, and her son Will, both came up from Lethbridge to pay me a visit. We all woke up early (6:15am) to be out of the house by 7:15 to head down to Heritage park. I was under the impression that the pancake breakfast was at 7-9am that is free, and offered at Heritage Park. So we showed up at 8am...no one in sight. No open doors...we bumped into someone that informed us that the park doesn't open until 9am. Boy, that was hard to haul all the kids back to the car. Good thing we found a spot in the upper parking lot. I managed to squeeze in some nursing time for Lliam before we got into the park.
Anthony and I purchased our Season Pass at the counter. I am so happy that now I have a place to go during the week with my boys if I get bored. I just love Heritage park.
We made it for the pancake breakfast, we just had to fall in line with the other senior citizens who were getting their monies worth of the pancake breakfast. LOL too funny. We hit all the nice fun kid-friendly parts of the park. It was a breezy day, which made the SS Moyie quite a cold trip for me. I didn't bring my coat (I was optimistic of the weather) Then we made it to the Steam Engine and had a few rides around the park. Then the kids discovered the midway,and we took them on a bunch of rides. I love seeing pure joy in Anthony's face.
After a long day, we decided to let the kids have a nap, and we headed home. I even got to have a nap.
Later on in the evening, me and Kennedy went to girls night. We watched 27 Dresses. It was kind of a cute movie. Lliam made his rounds with the girls. He's such a doll and I love that other ladies want to hold and snuggle with him too.
I"m fighting a huge headache right now...so my creativity is shot.
Thats all folks.