The Wakeman Family
Monday, June 29, 2015
Father's Day Walk
Jeremy and I went for a walk around campus on Father's Day. Thanks for watching the kids for a few hours Uncle Brian and Karen! It was a very beautiful day for a walk.
See the butterfly?
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Pullman Fire Stations
While in Pullman, we visited not one, but TWO fire stations. What lucky kids! Thanks Uncle Brian!
They climbed around in trucks.
They got little fire hats and pretended to drive.
The signs matched our ages!
Nathan, that is a bit big...
The pants came up to her shoulders. She thought that was pretty hilarious.
She was just swimming in it.
Jeremy thought about switching jobs.
Following Uncle Brian and Karen to Albion!
The hills were so pretty!
Putting up "Tentantic" at Brian's new house. That tent was huge! Everyone slept in it that night (except me).
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Four Baby Bears in a Tub
Here are the 4 cubs playing in their pool! It smelled horrific, but the bears loved it!
Here comes the Cougar Football Team!
A Visit to WSU
We went over to Pullman to visit Uncle Brian's new house and to visit WSU!
It was a very pretty drive over. Lots of green fields!
The road was smooth and new...
We had to stop and see the bears. There were 4 little cubs! Each mother bear had 2 babies. They just frolicked and played the whole time. It was so cute!
Kids and bears.
This one came right up to the fence to say hi! Then, it ran back to be with the other cubs.
The bears got to splash in this pool to cool down. They splashed for a while and then headed back out to run and roll around!
We headed onto campus. The kids were not too thrilled with all the walking so we didn't get to as many places as we had hoped. Here's inside the library.
Looking out of the library.
Top of the library. The kids thought it was very cool that there was grass and "a park" on the roof of the library.
Nathan and Uncle Brian had a race on top of the library.
Looking at the wind machine.
We had fun playing in the stadium. Here are the kids doing somersaults in the endzone.
Starting his run up and down the field.
Brian took this picture from way up high.
The kids climbed to the very top. They called it "Climbing Mt. Everest."