It was another cold weekend in Cleveland, filled with plenty of fun indoor activities to keep us busy. Here are some of the highlights – and let’s see if I can keep it to one sentence per photos.
First, FW started a new daycare – he enjoyed snacktime as you can see!
We did some baking this weekend – starting with cookies.
And of course some more spinach muffins; this time they had zucchini.
Some Vietnamese food takeout for dinner.
Out to breakfast Saturday morning!
FW’s cousin came up from Columbus, so we seen some time indoors.
The Natural History Museum was a great place for two toddlers to run around and scream/growl at dinosaur bones.
And look at lots of big animals!
And yes, we did play a little bit outside.
Sunday was a little “warm” (36 degrees!) so it included a mid-morning walk – we went to the bakery and FW fell asleep.
We picked up lunch and brought it over to Celia’s house, where FW played with the new baby Maura.
And of course, we watched the Super Bowl – but it mostly meant FW got to hang out and play with his cousins (yes, more cousins!).
And, that’s a wrap! Another winter weekend is in the books. Can’t believe it’s February – 2018 is flying by. I hate when time goes by fast, but I wouldn’t mind warmer weather soon!
Some questions for you:
- Do you watch the Super Bowl for the game or the commercials?
- What do you do if you need to spend time indoors? Where do you go to stay entertained?
6 thoughts on “Cousin Weekend – One Sentence Per Photo Style”
Looks like a busy weekend! We’re watching the SB as we speak. I’m not really a fan of either team, but I’m rooting for the Eagles, just because it would be nice to see someone else win!
Watching it here too- and we feel the same way! Rooting for the underdog.
Your son is super adorable! Such a fun age-enjoy it. Huge Eagles fan and woo hoo!
For both. The commercials were kind of weak this year!
Looks like a fun week and I love the picture-one sentence thing! I was rooting for the Pats so sadness in our house today! But onward, honestly- it’s time to watch some basketball!
When my kids were little and we couldn’t get outdoors, we’d go to the “hands on” kids section of our local museum. Also, at our zoo they had a indoor wildlife center. I tried to watch the SB commercials, but it couldn’t hold my interest. Thanks for linking!