Yikes. That's when you want to pat them on the head, smile, and say, "Kids just say the darnest things, don't they? Where do they come up with that kind of stuff?"
After our Lagoon trip last year, the kids have been looking forward to going back all year. We gave the ferris wheel a try for the first time. Camden and my nephew Jacob had a blast rocking and spinning the gondola back and forth but unfortunately Luke inherited my fear of heights.
While we were at Lagoon, my little exhibisionist kept stripping down to his nothings and wanting to pee everywhere. I don't think it was as much for the need as it was for the experience. It was like he wanted to experience piddling anywhere new that hadn't been marked. This time, my nephew Jacob was playing in the fountains as we were getting ready to leave. I was watching him show off his many dance moves (note the audience he gathered behind him) when I turned to see Luke with his shirt off, underwear and pants around his ankles, with eyes wide and bright, with a candy-store grin saying, "I want to pee in THERE!" I quickly pulled his pants up and told him the security guard standing by probably wouldn't like that. As you can see, he was quite disappointed.
Camden and Jacob won these stuffed animals. They were called Skeleanimals and their motto was "Dead Animals Need Love Too." ??????????????????
The second day we met up with Percy and Casey. It was helpful to have a higher adult to kid ratio with the crowds. The boys had an absolute blast and after 2 days they were beat. Isn't it interesting how after you have kids, 99% of your entertainment comes from seeing your children have fun? That being said, I had a great time too.
We ended our Utah trip with a family reunion for my siblings. We went to my sister-in-law's cabin at Schofield. To celebrate Camden's birthday, we played Minute To Win It games. Check out my mom and dad's serious hip action. The Oreo game was pretty entertaining too.