I took the boys to the park today. It was gorgeous outside and I would be completely foolish not to go out and enjoy it a bit. I must say it helped with my nausea. Are you ready for a picture overload? LOL
First, should I tell you how many times I had to send the boys back to the car? I took Ayden out and he didn't want to go in the stroller so he was walking beside me, holding on to it and I noticed he was walking funny. Of course I didn't even notice that he had taken off both shoes and one sock in the car. So he was walking barefoot over acorns. I sent Caleb back to get the sock and shoes, he returned with a sock. So I sent Caleb and Seth back for both. They made it. Then I realized I didn't have the diaper bag... great. So they went back again. Three trips back... That's not too bad is it?
The rest of our outing was uneventful, and there is nothing much to say. I'll put a couple of captions but come on... they're boys. I think the pictures say it all.
I promise, he is smiling. Ayden likes to swing. You can't see him here but Seth was discovering it's fun to push him - mostly he karate chopped the swing to keep it moving. You can, however, see Caleb in the background. He is the one in the red shirt picking caterpillars off the tree.
Caleb loves to hang on stuff. he climbed the entire time. When he wasn't helping Ayden, that is.
Seth loves to goof off! Whenever he sees a camera he poses... Well, he was probably playing harder than Caleb and Ayden although the only thing you can see here is him striking a pose!
Ayden may like to swing but he really hates to slide. Hmm... that seems a bit odd. What Ayden loved and kept going back to was the wobbly bridge. He thought that was the best.He liked all the bridges actually. He loved to stand and watch the other kids.
I just loved this picture. When it was time to go Ayden decided he wanted to push the stroller. It just wasn't working out for him though. He ended up riding in it and not fighting me at all. Then we went to the video store and he let me carry him and didn't even fight it. He must've been pretty tuckered out!