Everytime we come to Boston there is always a long list of things we want to do.
First on the list is to spend time with family [duh] which we did a lot of.
Then there are the food places: Linden Deli, Quincy Market, Fresh City, Camella's.
Then things to do, which with Mike and Cory working during the day left us with Dani to play with most days, which we took full advantage of!
Three sets of hands for one little boy... what ever will we do when we have a second?!
Although Mr. D and I have been to just about every good touristy spot multiple times together, it is so much fun to do it with a new set of eyes [and running legs!]
We went to the Museum of Science.
Which apparently has a playground to show the science of... levers? pendulums?
We met up downtown with Cory [not pictured] and cousin Haley for lunch.
While in Boston, most of us had smartphones and little d knew it. He would come up to one of us [usually Mike] and say "baby", which ment he wanted to watch videos of himself that Mike had taken. Dani was a HUGE favorite, because she was always playing youtube videos for little d, especially the Mickey Mouse shows and LMFAO music videos [he loves the one with the christmas lights].
here of him running [or you can watch below] around Fenway Park. I mean, how many kids can say they were not even a year and a half and got to run around inside Fenway Park's diamond, dugout, and race around the bleachers? Talk about a lucky kid!
^^Showing off his "Stinky Feet"^^
Playing peekaboo [with me and with the iphone, taking self-portraits!]
And when we went into Boston for New Years, finding all the horses
[because some little guy loooves them..."neigh!"!!]like we did last year, oops] so he slept through the first hour of Faneuil Hall.
And of course we went to the zoo, because little d really likes animals!
Two Celtics games, a Fenway visit, a Boston Common/Faneuil Hall visit, Zoo trip, Museum of Science, loads of gifts [mostly running stuff for me, more on that later!], and two 12-hour all-nighter driving trips made this an unforgettable experience.
Thanks to my in-laws for being so accommodating and we will see you in April!!