Saturday, June 27, 2015

Some Other June Pictures

June has been a pretty busy month. I realized when looking back at my pictures on my phone that I forgot to post about some of the other things that we have done. Here they are.

We went to a Home Depot kids workshop and made flat bed trucks.
We went to Great Adventure. Daddy came with us as one of our guests since they had bring a friend for free on Sundays in June.
Wesley celebrated his birthday at school right before school ended. He requested Mickey Mouse cupcakes which I was able to find on pinterest.
Brandon had field day at his school. I wasn't there but another mom who was helping out sent me this picture of Brandon and some of his friends.
Wesley went to his friend Danny's birthday party at Chuckie Cheese. He loved it!
A family picture from the Nelson twins college graduation party.
Wesley went to the Point Pleasant aquarium with my mom one day since Brandon still had school.
Wesley, my parents, and I went to Great Adventure. Brandon still had school which is why he didn't come with us. Wesley decided to go on a lot of rides and realized he liked it.
On Father's Day we went to Monmouth Battlefield State Park for a Revolutionary War re-enactment.
Brandon and Wesley both started Silton Swim School. They are both doing great so far. Brandon is really swimming and Wesley is putting his face in the water to swim which he wasn't doing a week ago.
One day after Silton I brought Brandon and Wesley to Atlantic Farms, which is across the street from Silton, to see the animals and feed them carrots. They loved it there.
Brandon, Wesley and Wesley's friend, Olivia, at the end of Silton one day
Grandma Marsha's retirement party
Uncle Brian came to New Jersey for Grandma Marsha's retirement party
We went out for ice cream with Wesley's friend, Dominic, and his sister, Deanna
Haircuts at the Wave
Last night we went to Stu's fire house because they got a new quint. Both boys loved climbing up the ladder
This morning we went to Silton so Brandon and Wesley could show us what they have learned. They both did great.

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