Weiler here to walk you through some more of our Cincinnati tourism.
The duck boats. Hilarious. And wonderfully fun.
This is Reeder getting ready for her district swim meet. She and Mom got to the pool super early, got set up, then Reeder got a pep talk from Dad. The girl is awesome. She earned ten ribbons this year, and a medal. Good job Reederbaby!
I love having older siblings. I follow them everywhere. I love to try and do what they do. Sometimes I act like I'm 6, other times like I'm 4. This day, I'm following Hayes around on a hike. It makes Mom nervous when I copy Hayes.
And every so often all the nuns come over and we just HAVE to entertain them. Reeder choreographed, the three of us practiced, then came time for the big show!
Man, going back on all these pictures make me realize what an incredible summer we've had. As if all of that isn't enough, we also went out for some glider time. These planes don't have engines! Amazing. That's Kari's mom and step-dad who fly these things, we spent a couple hours drooling. Or I did anyway. I love planes. We're in the golf cart watching their friend put together his glider.
Then Reeder left us. She went with Big Mama and Papa to Boulder, time for some boy bonding time with our mother. It almost looks like Reeder and Hayes are going to miss each other. Almost.
Here is Hayes' most prized possession-a dragon. Or dinosaur.