Our second trip to the park. First stop: the swings.
Look how happy he is hanging in the swing.
We had to adjust his position as it looked like he was standing more than sitting.
This position seems to be the most comfortable for him.
Though I feel like it’s so awkward looking.
We let him swing pretty high.
I guess he was a little worried.
He wasn’t ready to leave when we asked him to.
But he’s a good boy, he didn’t kick and scream.
Time to cross the bridge.
He’s so ready to explore.
Sometimes wanting to step into the air….
But most of the time he is willing to walk in the right path.
He is definitely braver than a few weeks back when we went to the park.
Mommie wanted to go down to catch him, just in case….
But good thing he didn’t try to do anything crazy.
Most of the time, he would stop and slide, stop and slide.
Now that he knows to use his hands as “brakes.”
And maybe his pants stopped the flow.
Of course he was very interested in his surroundings.
Often times we have to nudge him to keep going.
So instead of Wheee!!!! down the slide, it was more like W—-H—-E——E——–
Daddie as an even bigger smile than Aiden.
Going down fast this time!
Time for a change of scenery….
Such a big area, I think he felt lost.
That’s why he kept coming to the wired batting cage.
Maybe it’s almost like being in a crib.
Aiden was pointing at the dandelion seed head.
Sometimes he was lazy to reach for the seed head.
Then he would just settle for whatever is right next to him.
(Aiden, didn’t anybody tell you? Don’t settle!)
He likes to crumble the seed head, but he didn’t like the feel of it on his hands.
Afterwards, he would come to Mommie to brush it off his hands.