Here is Miss Trinity in her rodeo best...this outfit belonged to our niece. Isn't it cute? And the shoes were Bakri's, then Maddux's and now Trinity's!
Maddux and Trinity ready for the rodeo!
Bakri, Maddux and Trinity getting ready to head to the rodeo.
Maddux, Trinity and Bakri....rodeo ready!
Amira gave the boys these adorable cowboy boots for Christmas. Maddux would wear his everyday if I let him!
The biggest challenge of the day was getting to the rodeo from the parking lot and back. We had to board a tram with a double stroller, one adult (me) an infant (trinity) and 2 kids (Bakri and Maddux.) Whoah! Thank God I had the help of kind strangers...
This was a big Longhorn we saw when we first got there. We also ran into some of our family there. We didn't get to hang out with them much, because they had already done some of the things we were there to do. But, it was really fun seeing them!
I guess Mr. B. found these hens to be quite shocking! Maybe it was the fact that they were laying eggs.
My little cowboy, Bakri!
At one point T lost her patience with being in the Stroller, and she was much happier to be out enjoying the livestock show.
We waited in the line for the pony ride for 30 minutes. When I bought the tokens they told us it would be an hour or an hour and a half. Thankfully, the wait wasn't nearly that long. But, since the kids look forward to this ponyride every year, its not something we could avoid...and they loved it as always!
We grabbed a snack before leaving. Here's Maddux enjoying some gatorade.
This is as much of the corndog as Maddux ate.