When we arrived:)
Petting a cute little piggy
A goat, with huge utters. Brody kept trying to poke them.
After the petting zoo, we went to get some tickets. Near the ticket booth was the bumble bee ride. While Eric got the tickets, the kids and I watched the ride. I knew Delaney would NOT want to go on the ride, so I was safe in showing her how high it went (more on that in a minute). We went over to the choo-choo train that Delaney loved last year and noticed the "you must be 36 inches to ride this ride" sign, so we lifted Brody man out of the stroller and stood him up against the sign (banging his head against it in fact, whoops) and sure enough. He is 36 inches tall!!! Anyway, we rode the ride with the kids and then Delaney said, "I want to ride the bumble bees!" What in the crap?? I was shocked and way nervous. We headed back over to the freaking bees and we went on them! Eric rode with Brody and I rode with Delaney. Let me tell ya, if you are afraid of heights, don't go on a ride that is FLYING insect. We were so high! Delaney kept telling me that it was okay....
On the bees.
On the Carousel
This was on a helicopter. Delaney broke the steering wheel off and was sad she couldn't drive.
Only Delaney. So Eric quickly moved them into an airplane
After a few rides, we went to find some food. Eric and I had sonoran dogs and we got the kids a $10 plate of Piggly Wiggly fries and a foot long to share. It was so nice, we sat in the ramada near the stage, the kids could run around and dance and we could enjoy it!
Big ol' plate of fries
The kids went on a few more rides and then it was time for ice cream and fried cheesecake!
That there's some fried cheesecake!
Riding the choo choo by themselves
Making the mad face because the ride is over:(
We left the fair with two screaming kids, no stupid souvenirs, and wonderful memories!!