At the second park, they had a small jungle gym we could let Dillon climb. He had fun with that!
We've also gotten to see "aunt" Karen's new house that she and her husband are building. Karen is my aunt Debbie's sister.Grandpa and Dillon admiring the view from the living room. The house sits on a hill, and there is a gorgeous view of the city and lake below.
Dillon and "aunt" Vicki. Vicki is also one of Debbie's sisters. Dillon liked Vicki. :)
After seeing the house, we went to dinner. Dillon decided to really like Vicki when she allowed him to play with the straw in her drink. She tried to stop him, but Dillon is a fast learner and remembered how to get the straw out of her drink. We couldn't help but laugh...
Dillon and his first car ride in Kroger with the race car carts. I promise these things are awesome! Dillon really likes the fact that he can actually see where we are going. They are a little hard to "drive," but it's worth it because it makes grocery shopping easier!
We went to Benton while Aunt Cheryl and Uncle Ben were here for a family dinner. Dillon was very fussy (it'd been a while without a nap), and so Chris's aunt Cara took him outside to hang out and sit. Dillon loves the outside, and so this was perfect for him! (And Mommy and Daddy didn't have to worry about him!)
Andrew before tailgating. Our meal was sandwiches. Yummy!
Around a month ago, Chris and I were able to go to the first Razorback game in Fayetteville. Mom and Dad had a wedding to attend, and so Chris's parents kept Dillon and Chris, Andrew, Ashley and myself used our four tickets. Ashley's friend, Brett, also rode up there with us and got to sit with us after half-time.
On the way up thee... I had to pay attention to traffic!
The weather during the game. We had a great time, and we were glad that our friends got to go with us!