Ryan was super excited to see his cousins and smell that wonderful smell when you enter Lubbock County :)
My Nana graciously paid for The Smith family and us to stay in a hotel for three nights. I always say that my family loves a hotel and this trip was no exception. THANK YOU NANA!!
Breakfast with the cousins every morning. Seriously Caryn would you move here already?!?
Honey and GP took the kids to the park so my sisters and I could visit in peace with Nana. The kids loved feeding the ducks and playing outside. The weather was beautiful!
Nana and Gran taught Ryan from a very young age to play dominoes and he loves a good game.
Wyatt got a big boy haircut, he looks so old and handsome! (You too dad...HA!)
Three out of the four generations
Dinner at 50 yard line is a must when we visit the LBK
The next day was Game day-WHOO-HOO! We all dressed in our red and black and took the whole family to TTU Campus for some family pictures.
Future Red Raiders?
One Big Raider lovin' family
Honey and her little cheerleaders
Ryan does not love the red raiders but he was a good sport the whole weekend. He even picked out some Tech stuff at Red Raider Outfitter! Maybe we can slowly convince him that Lubbock is a great place to go to college!! This was the last picture of sweet Ally with all her teeth.
That's right, later that night I had to pull that sucker out. It was bleeding every time she ate and I was afraid she'd swallow it. It B-r-o-k-e this momma's heart to see her without two of her top teeth (one never came in). It suits her fun-loving personality though and it'll only be 3-4 years until her new one come in right?!?
Everywhere we go people ask us if Wyatt and Ally are twins. Now they have one more cute thing in common.
Peace out Lubbock.
A fun time was had by all.