On Monday night, we met the Slaughters in Dallas for our second annual “framily” carriage ride through Highland Park. We were so pumped!! Yummy Mexican food, favorite friends, horses and a carriage…what more could you ask for?!
These two were so excited!
Love this guy.
We ate dinner before our ride. Look at sweet Britt’s smile!! She is just the cutest! (Side note: I really think Smith might have been under the table here. Sigh.)
When your tummy is so full of Mexican food and you’re just plain happy.
A pic of the girls!
The Shull six!
These two. How sweet are they?! Next year, when they’re both in kinder, I’m going to miss hanging out with them during the day!
Madeley and Ya-Ya wanted a pic together (that’s what M calls Erika…it started as her trying to say Erika and now, I think she just prefers it 😉 ).
Tab and Smith had made a bet about where Nixon’s lost hat was…Smith won. Tab had to do push-ups. We should really write a parenting book.
Enjoying beautiful Highland Park before the carriage picked us up. Instead of Where’s Waldo, it’s Where’s Ashby? Ha!
I love doing life with this girl right here!
We grabbed hot drinks and cookies before our carriage ride. ‘Tis the season for that kind of fun!
Our cheeks are nice and rosy and comfy cozy are we!
Two precious girls!
Waiting for our turn! He was pumped too 🙂 .
Our crazy crew!
Britt got to meet a horse! We were all having a moment with the horse.
Just about time to board!
And we’re on! We had reservations for an hour long ride through the residential section of Highland Park. It started sprinkling right when we got on, but thanks to the roof of the carriage, we were cozy under the blankets and didn’t get wet.
It did not disappoint!
We brought the selfie stick this time 😉 .
I love this crazy crew! Please note Kensington’s face down there. Ha!
Back into the shopping center we go!
And one last pic as we exited the carriage. Madeley has me laughing! She looks like she’s been put through the wringer in the after pic. Hahaha!
This is one of my favorite Christmas traditions. I hope we’re still doing it 30 years from now. We love you Slaughter family!