Just how many times a day can a three--nearly 4--year old grandson ask "why?" per day??
Answer: too many too count! :}
I had forgotten just what an important part of a conversation is "why?"!
So far, so good! There has been no mention of "mom" or "dad". Ashlynn and Zade both travel well, eat well, take naps, play together.
Yesterday we picked up Ash and Zade from "school", traveled I-55 south to I-40 west to Lonoke, AR.
Our oldest grandson, Brady, age 14, 8th grader, shoots on a trap-shooting team sponsored by the school. He is a first-year shooter that shoots with four three-year shooters. Today was the District competition in Lonoke, at the Remington Trap/Skeet Gun Club, a mile from the Remington Factory.
I can't guess how many shooters were there today. Greenwood School itself has 175 approximately shooters. There will be competition again tomorrow.
The gun club has electric and water hook ups. They encouraged us to park at the far end of the gun club property, right next to where Brady would be shooting. Very nice accomations and made to feel very welcome.
Brady had a successful day. He shot 19 out of 25, high for the team; and the team were of the top 16 teams to qualify for State competition.
The motorhome served as headquarters for Brady and his family as well as the four of us. We grilled hotdogs for lunch, ate outdoors.
Ashlynn and Zade got to eat their first "snowcones" and ride on a golf cart. :}
Brady and brother Tanner, age 12, rode with us in the motorhome to Greenwood, AR, while daughter Trisha was by herself in her vehicle. Tanner, Zade, and Ashlynn all took naps.
I should mention at six-ten A.M. Zade said "Mimi, the sun is up".
***We are parked at the Sebastain County Fairgrounds, which has a paved lot to park on as well as 50 amp electricity and water and sewer.