3.17.2011

I didn't even get to Enjoy my food at the Rodeo


Last weekend Andy and I packed Whitt up bright and early and headed to the rodeo. It was going to be a day for Whitt. We would see animals, eat sugar, see fun rides. We were thinking we would not only miss the crowds but Whitt is his best in the morning. Well only one of those was true- There were no crowds. Whitt was something else that day. He was a different child than this mom was used too. People I mean, he was wild. Crying. Screaming. Ultimate meltdown... I had never experienced this with Whitt but he decided he wanted to make his first ultimate meltdown in public. I don't think my face had ever been so red. I am not talking a little two minute tantrum, I am talking never ending until we got back in the car. Like I said it was the ULTIMATE. So I never thought I would go to the rodeo and not be able to enjoy some Goode Company BBQ... I mean it is so over the top good that I thought nothing could stand in the way of enjoyment...But oh was I wrong. I purchased my smokin' chicken sandwich but ended up throwing it away. I got one bite and didn't even enjoy it due to the fact that I had stage fright from the crowd that was staring at me. So below you will see some pictures of our memory filled day @ the rodeo, yes, Whitt is crying in most of them, almost all. Hope you enjoy the pictures more than I enjoyed my food. Hoping next year is different!
(On a positive note, Whitt's hair look great in the last picture. To bad he is getting it chopped today.)

5 comments:

Amanda said...

So sad about the missed food and the cutting of hair!

Hannah Lee said...

I love the one where his shoe is off! Public meltdowns are horrible, but I mean, what do you do? So been there...And you are right his hair looks awesome! Love me some long shaggy hair :)

courtney said...

this makes me so sad for you! the missed food is painful.

Hollie Morrow said...

Hey Corey! How are you? I enjoy reading your blog (when you keep up with it.) : P Don't worry about little man's meltdown or the hundreds of people you thought were staring and judging. EVERY parent has had that moment before. And they're lying if they say otherwise. My younger daughter did it just this week in the middle of the store. I just kept on pushing the shopping cart like I didn't notice. Was everybody staring? You bet cha, but I've gotten to the point where I don't care so much. So sorry about the BBQ though!! That's just inexcusable. : ) Keep up the good work. xoxo

Melissa Murrell said...

It was so good to catch up with you through your blog today. I miss you guys so much and I was reminded of that seeing how big Whitt has gotten! He is such a stud! Love you guys!

 
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