Here he just decided it was easier to run as fast as he could down the slide. It was fun for a bit, but he wanted to slide like Big Cowpoke.
I mean that boy can slide. She was crazy wild! He would go frontwards, backward, feet first, head first. He was just out of control. It really didn't take Little Cowpoke long to get the hang of going fast!
Such joy! You would have thought that this was the coolest thing ever invented. I just love three year olds!! They are so much fun.
He was just a wild man. He really tried every different way possible to slide down that slip and slide. Boys are so crazy. I love it!
That slide is worth every bit of the 10 bucks I paid for it. Even though I saw it at Wal Mart today on sale for 8.95. Man I hate that! Then Cowpokette needed to get in on the water action. She was not too sure she wanted to get wet.
She was content on sitting in her rocking chair. There is a funny story behind her bathing suit. My oldest sister bought it for her daughter, who is now 12. She wore it, and it was passed on to my other sister, then onto me. I am not normally a fan of a two piece on a little girl, but this one is just too funny. Plus, Cowpokette doesn't go out in this one, she just sits on our back porch in it. Then if you ask her, 'Where are the boys?" This is what the princess does.
That is how she points. She thought she wanted to do what they were doing. But when she got a closer look she changed her mind.
Way to go Little Cowpoke, that splash there is a 10!!
That slide is almost not long enough for Big Cowpoke. After Cowpokette decided she didn't want anything to do with the water slide, I put her in her little pool. She was not impressed.
I think maybe the water was a bit cooler than the bath water she is used to. That is not a happy face. Then she wanted to try the slip and slide. We turned the water off for her. But halfway down Little Cowpoke turned the water on. Big Cowpoke came to her rescue and stood in the way of the water. He tried so hard to keep it from hitting her.
She really has such wonderful big brothers. That will come in handy when she gets older. I am glad she has them to protect her.
Back to her pool she went. Still, she was very concerned about those two brothers of hers. She didn't understand why they were falling over and over again. Well, Cowpokette, some advice from your mother, "You will never understand those boys and why they do the things they do." I am still trying to figure that one out!