The goal was to capture Brayden as his two-year-old self. And boy was his two-year-old self out to play 🙂 Rachel and I let Brayden run around the gravel driveway at her parents Lazy W Farm. Brayden was in heaven checking out the cows, playing with his tractors and throwing rocks (because what else do you do when you’re two?!).
The barn door swung open and great grandpa Withrow walked out. Brayden ran over to him, pointed back towards the barn and said, “Cooooows. Cooooooows!” letting great grandpa Withrow know there were cows in the barn. We all giggled as we witnessed Brayden’s expanding vocabulary.
Brayden was not quite so thrilled when we wanted to sit down and get a few photos of him and Rachel. He was being a little stinker (again, because what else do you do when you’re two?), but of course, mama Rachel had some tricks up her sleeve. Out came the tickle monster, and out came the giggles. I was laughing just as hard as Brayden was trying to keep my eyes open and capture the precious moments that they will now be able to remember for a lifetime.