We knew he would like these guns. And we had to get two guns so that he and daddy could play together, and trust me they do.
Thanks Grandma T for the clothes. He needed them so badly.
Notice the look I am getting. It means, "mom turn off the camera. I am sick of the picture taking."
Then the kids got the idea to try and feed the calf, but it turned into a throwing of the hay war. The ice cream at this farm was to die for. It is the creamiest kind I have ever had. And for the price you got a HUGE portion. One scoop was equal to 2 1/2 scoops in a regular ice cream shop. We will definitely be going back for more.After the ice cream, they took us to a new play ground called "Kids Kingdom" in Oxford. It was the coolest playground I have ever seen. The whole thing is enclosed, with one way out and in so you can keep a great eye on the kids. Plus it is so open that it is easy to keep track of the little kiddos.
This is just one of about 6 slides at the playground. They are all themed. Tyson and the other kids had a ball.
Here is a shot of the whole thing. Cool huh? I have decided that finding cool playgrounds is going to become my new hobby. It gives Tyson a way to run of energy and me a time to relax. A win-win situation. Tyson had a great birthday...one to remember.