he was absolutely thrilled with what he saw! he ran over to it and kept saying 'swings! swings!'
when he came out, david and i were still tightening up each of the bolts to make sure it was good and sturdy. this, of course, interested him more than the swing set itself! he wanted a tool to tighten everything up too, so i handed him a wrench and he went around to each of the bolts wiggling the wrench around it saying 'i tools. i tools!'
we couldnt have done it without his extra help in getting those bolts nice and tight!
not bad, huh? we were really thrilled with how it turned out. the only problem was the fact that this is only a small portion of the work that needs to be done! oh well, you have to start somewhere, right?
ledger has never seen a game of baseball in his life. not in person or on tv, but somehow he seemed to understand what was going on. we loaded him up in the car and told him 'we're going to a baseball game', figuring he had no idea what that meant. i'm sure he didn't, but for the rest of the ride he kept saying 'baseball!' as if he knew what that meant!
all winter he refused to wear a hat, so as spring approaches it would make sense that he's finally willing to wear one, huh?
rockin' his new baby aviator sunglasses and hat with mama and aunt miranda!
oh that's right, there was a baseball game going on...
at one point one of the balls went out of bounds right by our seats, so when the first baseman came to get it he threw it up to me to give to ledger! his first baseball! he was beyond thrilled!
the sprinkler area- it shot out mist and water up through the sprinkler system as a cooling off area, but since it was only 45 degrees, we didn't really want to cool down...