They were preparing to celebrate Vulcan's birthday the following day.
This machine is a contraption that propels a ball around a little course, and at the end of the ball's cycle, it hit something that makes Vulcan ding his hammer. Nate loved this and would have watched it for hours.
This screen is fun. You stand there and digital butterflies land on you.
He doesn't quite weigh enough for the keys to make sound when he walks on them
Waching pennies go down the well
For the first time
This photo completely captures his personality.
The first afternoon that we filled the pool ... but not the last
We just discovered the bubble gun, which produces zillions of bubbles. This and a kiddie pool are instant fun in our house.
They even had a mini store. Here's Nate working the conveyor belt. Does this mean he can get a part time job at Publix, or even better, Whole Foods?
McWane has a new area called "Itty Bitty Magic City," with different interactive areas for toddler people. Here's Nate with Grandpa in the construction zone.
They have an area in the dinosaur exhibit at the McWane Center where kids can dig for dinosaur "bones." Here is Nate doing his "I'm doing important stuff, now please leave me alone" look.
Nate told me as he promptly removed my feet from his pool.
Cary and I act like Dancin Queens and sport some Swedish Fish at the "Waterloo"/ASO performance in the park, June 6.
This is Nate's new Cars bed -- at his grandparents house.
This is when Ryan was home for Mom's surprise 60th birthday party