Our summer calendar is filling up – despite not feeling like we have much to do, whenever we try to make plans with friends, we have to navigate through previous appointments that have somehow appeared on our calendar. This week went somewhat slowly, possibly because it is approximately 7000% humidity here in New York and Mommy wilts just *thinking* of dragging us anywhere. Grammy Boo comes back from vacation this week, and Coach will be home the week after that – woot woot!
Mommy and Cole went to see Monsters U on Sunday, and got The Best parking spot EVER. Seriously, the mall is notoriously crazy on Sundays, and they were running late, so Mommy had planned just to park in the first spot she saw and run in, but the first spot she saw was the FIRST spot next to the entrance. WHAT?
I stayed home with Daddy and was a teeny bit cranky at having been left behind.
I have officially made the switch to sleeping in Cole’s room. He is a deep sleeper who doesn’t seem to mind me thrashing all over the place, and we wake each other up in the morning. WIN.
Three kids in the car, heading to the zoo!
The Asian monorail is one of Mommy’s favorite parts of the zoo. Cole was saying “cheese.”
Peeking over the railing at the baby rhino.
Cole did not want to wear the 3D glasses for the movie. He preferred Mommy’s sunglasses.
I love the Bug Carousel.
Mommy = Sherpa
Sitting all the way up in the web.
I’m a turtle.
Cole’s a turtle, too!
Feeding the goats.
Cole’s a fox.
I’m a fox, too!
Done for the day!
Cole has strong muscles.
You know what’s cuter than Cole in his hipster hat?
ME in Cole’s hipster hat!
Also, me in a big bow headband.
This is the Cutest EVER.
Wednesday was a super lazy day. I took 2 naps.
I helped Cole build a house.
And had a dance party in the living room.
Thursday was lazy, too. What did we even DO this week?
A local park hosted a camp out on Friday, and Cole and Daddy slept over!
There was a DJ giving out glow necklaces.
And a barbecue… This event was so nice; it was held in one of our favorite parks with a beautiful playground, and they had a bounce house, and showed a movie on the big screen. Next year, I want to stay over in the tent, too!
Saturday morning was Cole and Trey’s first t-ball game. For the record, Trey is almost exactly one year older than Cole.
Batter up! The smallest size the jerseys come in is a kids’ small – which is clearly WAY too big on Cole – when it’s not tucked in, it nearly hits his ankles.
Mommy looks super coach-y in her shirt and hat.
The combination of camping out and t-ball wiped Cole out.
He perked up after dim sum brunch, though!
We spent a really nice day wandering around Ridgewood with Grandma and Uncle David and Aunt Angela.