Nana's Day Out With the Boys

Last Sunday I planned a day out with my
grandbabies and my daughter.
We were going to a friends house
to see her animals. Kim was very
nice to invite us up to play wiht
the animals.

This is my youngest grandson, Braden.
He is 1.5 yrs. old. We were in
my daughters van on the way up
so I snapped a pic of each one of
the boys. This is Braden's new smile.



And meet DJ. He is my middle grandson. He
is 3.5 yrs. old. He was in the very back
of the van and trying to see out the
front. I noticed when I uploaded the
pics that DJ had his hand out the
window!


Caleb, my oldest grandson. He is 11.5 yrs old.
He was not to happy at this point cause
Nana did not bring the ipod for him
to play with. But this look
changed soon enough.


This is one of the first sights we saw
when pulling in at Kim's house.
LOL...to cute. This is the female
Elvira. There is a male named
Zippy.


Braden took to the goats and my no
fear Braden took right out after them.


DJ took to the chicks....and one duck.
They were off to the side of the barn and
he could not get back there to them. These
guys knew they were safe!



But DJ also liked the horses. The guy in the
pic with DJ is Jeremy, Kim's son.


Caleb was taken by the horses. Which is very surprising
because until now, Caleb had a BIG fear of
horses. When he was about 4 one of my
niece's horse got out of the stall and
ran, neck break speed, right past Caleb.
Leaving a bad fear.

But today he wanted to get in the fence
and pet them. I think that it had a lot
to do with Jeremy being there. Male to male,
Caleb did not want to show fear.

After petting, he decides he wants to ride.
My mouth dropped open!

Jeremy and Caleb took the horse to the riding
pen and Caleb hopped on.
This look shows me that he was not
all that sure about the decision.


Whoops....this is what happens if you hand your camera
to your daughter.
Fast click of Nana and Braden.



After a while of being lead round the pen
on the horse Caleb and Jeremy ventured
out to the yard. Look at him up there,
leaning over and petting the horse,
FEAR all gone.
That is my daughter, Amber in the
pic with the boys.

Caught this cute pic when no one was
watching....cute Braden.


About 15 minutes of being lead
around Caleb asked what he had
to do if he was riding along to get
the horse to turn and walk. Kim
explained that to him and the next thing
I know Caleb is riding alone.

See that cute little smile.
He did not want to show it
to big but he was so proud
of himself.

Thanks Kim and Jeremy you have
no clue what you have done
for this boy.


Kim said that she teaches riding and if
I can filter in that 45 min. drive I am
going to let Caleb do that. I think
it will be good for his self esteem.

I love it.

Thanks for stopping in,
Pam






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