He sure thought Papa Randy was pretty cool stuff - they played balled, checked out the cows, and Papa Randy watched as Wy rode his new 4-wheeler.
We spent time visiting with Great Grandma Lola - and while Dad-d checked out family photo albums, Wy-man enjoyed maneuvering 'Grandma Wowa's' walker. But we were able to get a couple great photos of the two of them that we will cherish forever! He also enjoyed spending quality time with Nana.
And before leaving, Wy-man even doled out some hugs and kisses!
The Easter Bunny came a day early in Kansas and Wy-man was pumped. He loved all the candy and his new baseball bat!
We then enjoyed the Derby Easter Egg hunt. It was great. The only hard part was waiting the 20 minutes for the hunt to start. At first I wasn't sure if Wy-man would understand the concept (since he started running past all the eggs), but then he totally figured out it. So much so, he realized that if he sat his basket down, he could pick up handfuls and bring them back to his basket. (He's one smart cookie!) And of course we had to end the day with some photos...something Wy-man wasn't too excited about (but we were able to bribe him with a little candy). ;-)
Day 3: Easter Sunday
Before heading out of town, we got all dressed up and headed to church in our Sunday best!
And after service the weather was nice enough we were able to take a couple photos outside. He wasn't too happy since he wanted to go eat a 'burger cheese.'
But once we got him to forget about food (he is his mama's son), he decided he wanted to be a cheese ball and ham it up for the camera.
This is my favorite photo of the bunch! His expression melts this mama's heart!After church we headed home on the 8 hour drive and found that the Easter Bunny also made it to South Dakota! Wy-man scored a new shaving kit, Cars big boy undies, Thomas clothes, but most importantly his very first Bible! The Easter Bunny was great to him!