|I will not make eye contact.|
|Not so impressed with lunch|
After lunch, we still had about half an hour to kill. Cooks Corner has a great wide open clean space for little people to explore. So explore we did. Much like his momma used to, G found delight in sticking his fingers into any available slot to see what he could find. No ice cream was found here.
|Exploring my new box o' toys|
|Someone handed me this huge whiffle bat.|
It was a long hot day, and we were so proud of the Boo. He lasted hours without a nap or a complaint, and had fun being the only pint-sized to wander the party. His charming moments included running through the picnic shelter only to stop dead in his tracks and assume the downward facing dog yoga position. He also had great fun in scaring us all by trying to fling a toy football over the rocky ledge and wanting to go after it. Always the daredevil.
Monday was Columbus Day and while the College was open, daycare was not. So I took the day off, packed the G into the car and headed for Kennebunk to visit with Grammie and Grampie. It was another beautiful day, so we went to a nearby playground where I discovered a few things about G. First, he's definitely become more and more curious about playgrounds and exploration. Yay! Second, picking up and throwing the chips, rocks, or gravel is actually his FAVORITE thing to do. And third, he LOVES going down a slide.
|Hungry hungry hippo.|
Back at Grammie and Grampie's, a giant pumpkin was waiting for him on their front porch.
Close to our day winding down, G decided to empty his bag of toys right in front of the door. I guess he found that to be his special place to play. (We had a wardrobe malfunction and had to change. Thank goodness mommy always packs a spare!)
Finally, arriving home, the warm breezes whisking through our hair, G and I played outside for a bit. The end to a perfect day.
|Not sure what this face means.|