I guess I have to admit it, the babies love the fair just as much as their daddy. How lucky am I to have 4 babies who are going to grow into big kids that want to go to the fair everyday? Luckily it is only 6 days a year.
The babies of course draw all sorts of attention and for the most part people were friendly and just wanted to look at the babies but there were a few people that I just wanted to kick. At one point I was standing in line getting us some lunch when two ladies behind me were talking about "the people with the four babies" and saying how rediculous it was and how their tax dollars were what was raising the babies while we sat home. Needless to say I spun around and informed them how us working was what was supporting those children and some other choice words before they got out of line and walked away as the vendor waiting on me got a good laugh. Yet another proceeded to tell me "that's what you f@#$ing get" for using fertility treatments. And a couple other random comments that pissed me off.
It really isn't anyone's business how these babies came to be ours or how we are raising them. We are doing the best we can with what we were dealt and I love these babies more than life itself. It still is very hurtful to hear strangers, or even people you know, act like they know what is best better than I do.
Anyways...at the fair the babies got to meet a couple characters from Yo Gabba Gabba and take a pony ride. The boys loved being on the pony, Aubrey of course hated the fact that it was bump. That girl is so girlie!
Cameron playing with the jumbo ball Ben won for them
Watching the orangatang show
Checking out the tractors
At the petting zoo
Riding the pony
Yo Gabba Gabba
The rainbow as we were walking to the van