Oct 20, 2008

Groovin' at the Festival

As I mentioned in yesterday's post, we took Brayden to a Pioneer Village Festival near Waynesville, OH yesterday, and had ourselves a foot stompin', hand clappin' good time! OK, the music was pretty awful, but a two year old doesn't care! Music is music! Here's a quick video of Mr. Brayden Lee groovin' to the (gospel) music between eating his snack and drinking his orange juice: It was a very small festival, but just the right size for a two year old (no crowds to deal with -- he could run and walk pretty much anywhere he wanted). Brayden and I participated in a flower-pounding demonstration and brought home a square of muslin with yellow colored from mum, which we will take to the sewing room next week and see what we can come up with. We also watched a lady weave baskets (I loved it; Brayden - not so much). The hit of the day for Brayden was watching Native American Indians play a large drum and sing. It was the only time in the entire day he actually sat in his stroller: You can read more about our day's adventure over on Brayden's blog, View from Two. He can tell you about our day better than I can!

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