Let's face it, Adam hasn't been able to play much outside of the house since the end of fall last year. We tried playing in the snow once, but he wasn't having that. So basically we have been indoors for months. Then finally a few warm days came to Logan this March and gave us a much needed opportunity to get out and have some fun in the sun. We really want to use every chance we can to hang out with our family before we head off to Washington at the end of May. Adam just adores his cousins and loves playing with them. I hope the weather stays nice for more days of fun.
Adam loves to swing but he normally just sits and watches everything going on around him. Once Zander got in on the swinging action, Adam just started to laugh as hard as he could at Zander. It's pretty cute.
Adam was being so daring at the park. He would climb up whatever he could, then fall and just get up and do it again without any fear. He's a tough little guy. Only big bonks or falls really get him scared or hurt. Other than that, he just shakes it off and keeps on going. I am pretty nervous for when he figures out how to climb on chairs and beds. Those things are much higher for him to fall off of. Back to the park...he was going down the slide all by himself...and LOVED it! If you can't tell, the photo on the right is of him clapping for himself that he did it.
He quickly realized that the other kids were going back up the slide and Adam made some pretty good efforts to do it, too.
Giving Daddy some love. Nothing else matters when Daddy is around.
Blaine is such a great buddy to Adam. He is always playing with him and has so much patience. They were passing the ball to each other for about 10 minutes. So sweet.
Adam likes to swing with one arm up like he's the man or something. "Don't mind me, I'm just chillin'." He is Mr. Cool-Guy...until he decides to eat the swing. Do you blame him? It looks tasty to me, too.
And here is comes. Okay, it came pretty much right after Adam was born. He's a nerd. There really wasn't a chance for him not to be with David as his Dad. So, bring on the light sabers.
Adam got a wagon for Christmas and we finally were able to put it together and go for rides. I love it. Adam loves it. It is such a fun way to go for walks together. His cousins got in on the action, too. Adam was being a gracious host and offering them a drink from his sippy cup. That's my well-mannered little man.
This is Adam. He makes the best faces. I am pretty sure he was grinding his teeth when I took this. He's been doing that for a week now and I can't handle the sound. It is like nails on a chalkboard. It's a good thing he is so cute.
This is Adam's 'figuring-it-out' look. Whenever he finds something new, he will look at it just like this for a few minutes...then he'll either play with it, leave it be or eat it. Most likely he'll eat it.