Later that evening we went to the rodeo, which may have been their favorite part. To start off with, there were sky divers. Brayden really loved that. I think Tawny's favorite part was the music. She was even dancing and singing along. The thing that really suprised me is that Brayden really wanted to particpate in the mutton bustin'. He saw the other kids out there and was mad that we hadn't signed him up. I guess we'll let him do it next time, if he really wants.
The pictures really don't do it justice. She had this awful rash everywhere (if you click on the pic to enlarge it you can see the rash). I took her to the doctor the next day and they just said she had some kind of viral infection, possibly roseola, but there was no way to tell what exactly it was. But it's contagious so we should keep her home. That would have been useful information the day before. So we probably infected tons of people at the fair, but I had no idea she was even still sick. She's fine now. Brayden had a much milder version of it, just a real low grade fever and two or three spots.
In lighter news, Brayden is learning the joy of making faces, especially at inappropriate times (ie at the Bishop during the sacrament). He insisted on putting them on here so grandma could see all the "really tricky and cool" faces he can make. Here's just a few of his favorites:
I think the last is my favorite.