We survived the camping trip, but barely. Everyone fell asleep alright, but Keaton woke up in the middle of the night screaming his little head off! And he wouldn’t stop! Finally after 10 minutes of Keaton screaming at 2:30am I told Clint that one of us was going to have to take him home. So Clint grabbed Keaton and took him to the car. As soon as Keaton got strapped into his car seat, he calmed right down. He was fine . . . so long as he was in his car seat. So poor Clint slept in the driver’s seat of my car while Keaton slept in his car seat the rest of the night.
When I woke up the next morning, I stumbled out of the tent around 6:30am. There was Clint sacked out sideways, mouth wide open, snoozing away. And there was Keaton wide awake in his car seat quiet as a mouse just looking around waiting to be rescued. That little stinker!! Thankfully, everyone woke up happy . . . but hungry! The Mother’s Day breakfast started at 9am, but everyone was up and ready to eat by 7am. We were so hungry and graham crackers weren’t going to do it! To the playground!!! Thankfully, the Yogi Bear Park has an awesome playground! The pancake breakfast was pretty good too! Free breakfast for moms!! You can’t beat that!
After breakfast the Yogi Bear Park opened up their waterslides (which was the real reason we came). Sadly, the waterslides were closed on Saturday because a swarm of bees decided to build their hive at the top of the waterslides and kept stinging anyone that would get close by. So we decided to play by “vacation rules” that day and let the kids have fun together on the waterslides! And they did!! They LOVED it!! P.S. Sydney pouted at the end and didn’t want sit next to Yogi Bear.