Thursday, May 1, 2008

Is the Fountain Working?

Well, the fountain that we have been waiting for was finally working. But as we were heading down to let the kids play, a man from Parks & Recreation told me they were only testing and to not let the kids in to play. As he was saying this, Joshua and Marah were watching all the other kids that had stripped down and made it to the fountain before Parks guy could get to them. So needless to say, the water works began out of my kids eyes. They were so disappointed. But all turned out well. Joshua, Marah and Whitt had a good time watching and letting the mist blow on them for standing next to it. They were good sports about it. Sitting so calmlike on their towels watching the fountains. Oh well, the fountain will be ready to go May 10, so we'll wait till then I suppose.

8 comments:

Sunny said...

I'm sure that was so hard for them to wait. They sure are getting to be so big! Looks like you guys will have lots of fun at the fountain this summer.

Brooke said...

That looks awesome!! Your kids are gonna be soooo dark from playing outside at the fountain all summer. IT doesn't take much sun for Joshua and Marah to have the cutest little tan. Can't wait for my kiddos to come play in it this summer with ya'll!

Becky said...

awwww man! my kids would have never been that good and understanding!!

Supabloggasuprememama said...

so cute. I am sure it was hard to tell them to wait. good for them for being such good sports!

Amy said...

that looks so fun! can i play??

Kimberly said...

Yeah, that fountain looks like it would send Henry flying. Looks like fun though.

Flip-flop Mama said...

I came across your blog through Hilary's scrapblog designs. . so cute! I have one little girl with 2 little brothers and she definitely wanted that second brother to be a sister, but just like your little guy, will love them no matter what :) Loved the Bible Verse on your page too! May have to copy you.

Jamey said...

You have taught those kids patience for them to be able to wait like that. At least they were able to enjoy watching. I wish we had something like that around here.