Pierce certainly was gleeful to get to use a squirt gun, since we don't have toy guns at our house.
Little stinker snuck up from behind and got me good while I was talking with another mom. Then, he snuck around and pulled the same trick on his teacher! He's sneakier than I thought...
Cort and Reid didn't know what to think of all the kids running wild and were quite somber for the entire affair. They did enjoy playing with umbrellas though.
Running through cones. I apologize for the hair (or crack?) through my pictures. I was using my point and shoot and it needs to go be repaired (assuming this is a hair - a crack they couldn't fix). I haven't taken it in yet though, because I'm still recovering from the $90 repair fee on my Canon Rebel after the twins knocked the tripod over on Easter.
When you have 3 active little boys in your house, things break a lot. Best to send them to field day where they can burn off some energy.
Okay, next week, I promise, I'll get this camera into the shop. Just pretend the hair isn't there, okay?
This steep bouncy slide was full of spraying water, and I felt bad for some of the kids in Pierce's class who got scared at the top. One little girl climbed back down, but then cried off and on for an hour afterwards because she was so disappointed she didn't do the slide. Poor kid. Mine, however, hesitated for just a second before taking the plunge.
And found out that there was a pool at the bottom!
Shivering and soaked, it was time to put on shoes and head in for dry clothes and lunch. Hopefully my three boys will all love field day in ways that I never did!