We've been lucky that the last two Saturdays have been nice, spring-like days. The rest of the days, not so much. Ugh. This winter has been the worst.
Anyway. Those few, few days of warmth have renewed Noah's insistence on park time. He wants to go to the park twice a day, every day. It's 40 outside this evening, and poor Ching still had to take him to the park.
The sweetest thing Noah does at the park is at the big slide. There's a really big slide at one of the parks we go to. Several trips ago, Ching started saying "one, two, three GO" for him and the other kids. Yesterday, a couple of times when other kids were at the top of the slide, Noah would stand at the bottom and say "one, two, three GO" and when they slide down he'd clap and say "good job!!"
We've learned to keep a ball in the car for him to throw and kick. He'll find any Dad/Granddad there and say "Catch" (which they don't usually hear) and then throw or kick the ball at them. Heh. (One of these days we'll find a cool Dad to hang out with Noah.)
The downside to Noah at the park is that no matter which park we go to, he tends to wander off from the actual playground area into the water, or mud, or the walking trail. Seriously? Playgrounds just can't contain him!
Once school is out, I'm going to get Noah a week or two of swim lessons - ok, play in the water without crying or dying lessons. And might look for an indoor soccer program or something. But mostly, we'll be at the parks. Probably even twice a day.
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