Saturday, September 25, 2010

Company picnic

I know you think we do nothing but feed him ice cream, but it isn't true. However, last night we went and got some ice cream.

After he stole my cone, he ran around for a while and had fun.

This afternoon was my company picnic. He got to play on the playground and do lots of new things.

OK, so swings and slides aren't exactly new for him.

They're still fun.

The company hired a clown, and she made him a dog with a leash.

Neither one made it home. Both popped.

They also had an inflatable bouncy thing. Whatever they're called, he bounced in it.

We thought he might like getting his face painted. He didn't.

A bit more sliding.

There was a ring toss game set up. He didn't quite toss the rings, so much as stack them on the pegs, but it was close enough.

He got to try some cotton candy. That was good stuff.

We were barely in the car before his nap hit him hard.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Library and the Park

His mom and dad took him to the library last Friday. He ran himself ragged for about an hour, then crashed hard. It's a good library.
Lots of stuff to climb on.

He also planted some plastic vegetables.

Up and down the stairs a few times.

Then we went to the park again. He was on the swings for about half an hour.

He also likes the slide.

There are lots of things to run around and on.

After running around a while, it was time for more swings.

On Saturday, he got to visit somebody else's house. They have a dog, and he had the chance to feed the dog.

That's it for now; more next weekend, I think.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Better than Last Week

I don't like any of the pictures from last week, so I'll just put in a few and then move on to the better stuff. If you don't know what this is about, call, email, or text and I'll explain.

That's done, so here's the good stuff: His mom took him to the park, and naturally he had to swing for about 45 minutes.

Once he was done with that, he went exploring around the playground.

Hmm. Sandbox. Wonder what that's about.

Ooh, these are fun.

I'm told he wouldn't leave that blonde girl alone.

Time for some more swinging.

This morning we had breakfast at Cracker Barrel, and he sat in the rocking chair out front for about 15 minutes.

He told me he wasn't ready to leave, so we both sat for a while.

After we got done with that, he got to visit a petting zoo. They had all kinds of smelly animals.

He really likes the ducks.

Later he went off-roading in Toys R Us.

More pictures to come later!

Friday, September 3, 2010

Cracker Barrel and the Park

We went to Cracker Barrel last week, and he played with the little golf tee game thing. Whatever it's called. He never quite got down to one peg left, though.

Later his mom took him to a Burger King, where he ate chicken nuggets and fries.

When he went to play, he went all the way to the top. His mom had to go up and get him back down.

She took him back to the park later. He was on the swing for about half an hour.

After he got off the swing, he got on a different swing. I suppose it's good to know what you like.

He liked the swings so much, she took him back a few days later.

Oh, and don't worry about that bandage on his knee. He just decided he needed one.
Last night, we went to the new barbecue place, and he drove their car a bit.

That's all for now, we should have more pictures up soon.