Where was I?
Oh! So, after we toured the house, it was time for the re-enactment of a small skirmish that happened on the farm during the Revolutionary war.
Jayce was pretty apprehensive about the guns and the noise.
We just kept reminding him that it was just pretend. No real bullets, no real dead people. And yes, it was loud, but he could just keep his ears covered.
There was a very sweet boy watching the re-enactment right in front of us. He saw that Jayce was scared and distracted him by showing his bow and arrow and tomahawk.
Then we took the kids to see the animals :)
I asked Jaina to take my picture by one of the horses. This is what she captured:
She said, "Well, at least I got the horse's face!"
My silly beautiful girl :)
I watched the kids make hand dipped candles for the second time in their lives :)
And I attempted to get their picture together, like always.
Oh, Jayce. I love your "say cheese!" smile so much :)
Then we took a hike on the nature trail down to the cemetery.
As we were walking back, we heard them fire the cannons. Jayce was not very happy with us for not warning him.
We ended the day with our trip to the sales table. I think Jayce quickly forgave us :)
Oh, and some random pictures before I end this post...