We played all kinds of games.
The little ones played Musical Chairs.
We played Volley Ball. I actually jumped in and played a little ball too. It is not my game but I still had fun.
We also played a hula hoop game. The little kids joined in and that made it all the more interesting.
|At the end of the game there was 2 kids left and at that point chaos broke free|
|Then we had a couple of bonked heads|
We played a games that were less physical too. Like pictionary and charades. Charades was a ton of fun and it only got funnier when Syrup and one of my cousins wives started writing the things to be acted out.
|The Kids played with us|
|Syrup having to act out one something even more silly than the picture can tell you|
|Pic 1 and 2 only tells part of the story here but we were rolling by the end of it.|
We ate a ton of yummy food. Mom M and Dad 2 made all of the food. Dad 2 broke out his smoker and made awesome ribs and other meat. Mom M made pancakes for breakfast. Plus the loads of water, pop, lemonade and other drinks constantly put out and served to keep everyone hydrated in the hot windy weather we had this weekend.
|We had set up a spot in the shade to watch the volley ball games|
|It was a popular spot to hang out|
|The sandbox was filled the day before the reunion and was a huge hit. I was surprised there was any sand left at the end.|
|Brother Bear with my sweet nephew watching silly youtube videos together|
|Brother Bear got a work out pulling the little kids around the property|
|My cousins wife was awesome. Next year will have a new member to coo over.|
|Coyote had such a good time.|
|Country's new puppy was better than any toy|
|My little Sunny Bunny with her cousin. Displaying their nick names for the volley ball games.|
|meat on a stick and you are set to catch crawdads|
|and cup number one is the winner.|
|Brother Bear with one his catches|
|The daddies spent a lot of time keep watch over the kiddos at the pond.|
|and helping the kids get their sticks ready|
|of course the joined in on the fun too|
|We set up cups for each kid near the pond and then let them out to crawl back into the pond. Of course some crawled out on their own.|