Nathan’s new nanny, Sam, fell into some really nice Padres tickets (as you can see from the pictures below) so I agreed to let her take him on a little field trip to Petco to see his second game ever. Looks like they had a good time at the ballpark to me!
Nathan was invited to our neighbor, Madelyn’s, 3rd birthday party (I got to go too!). It was over at the bowling alley in San Marcos. Aside from the Wii, it was Nathan’s first time bowling, and my first time since I was in my early 20s. We both had a great time.
Nathan had never been to the San Diego Fair before, so I thought today was as good a day as any to introduce him to farm animals, junk food, rides, and carnies. We got to the fairgrounds around 10am or so, parked, took the tram to the gate and went inside. We walked through the livestock paddocks and saw goats, ducks, pigs, and cows. Next up was the pony ride. Nathan got his cowboy on and was quite vocal with his “giddy ups” and “yeehaws”. After that it was time for a food break what is sildenafil citrate. We decided to patronize one of the many Hotdog on a Stick kiosks. With our bellies full, we headed over to the midway to ride the Ferris wheel and take a spin on the bumper cars. We ended the day with a couple of hand dipped ice cream bars and an Orange Julius.
Nathan’s last day of preschool (for the Spring 2009 session, anyway) was last Tuesday. To celebrate the occasion, all the kids and their families were invited to a Luau. There was food aplenty and clowns for face painting and balloon sculptures. All the kids lined up and performed a little ditty too.
It’s been a little while since the ol’ blog got a post and photos have been piling up on the computer just waiting to be shared. Here’s some pictures from a trip to the Julian Train & Gold Mine Tour that Nathan’s new nanny, Sam, took him on with some of his friends from the neighborhood.
Nathan and I have been throwing pillows at each other for several months, but I had never thought to commit the act in front of a camera before…until now. I posted the following video to my facebook profile and it got quite a reaction from the crowd. Anyway, here it is for you non-facebook folks to enjoy.