Sunday, June 15, 2008

A month behind

I was interrupted while trying to post some pictures from Cousin Zoey's visit:

Not sure how they feel about each other.

Wow, Grandpop sure can move!

And no one's visit to the Chatham house
is complete without a photo of someone eating!

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

What is there to do in Connecticut? Part Three

Sunday morning we snuggled in bed for a bit.

They never let me do this at home!

We also visited Mark Twain's house in Hartford. It was a decent tour, but Henry was not happy to be carried, and of course the house is not air-conditioned! By the time we took the above photo (after the tour), he had passed out.

What is there to do in Connecticut? Part Deux

On Saturday we drove to Mystic Seaport, Connecticut, to see some ships being restored and eat lobster. It was a really nice day.

Here you can see evidence of two of Henry's head injuries which were sustained on the trip: above his right eyebrow, and (less visible) the left upper temple. The boy is not phased by much.

Daddy's hat is fun, but it's kinda smelly!

So I found Momma's wallet, but where's the cash?

Dana (the groom) and Dennis later that night at the wedding reception.

Somebody's Momma and Daddy might have had a little too much fun at that wedding reception. 

What is there to do in Connecticut?

Mere and Doodah met us in Hartford for a Memorial Day weekend full of fun and sightseeing. Our college friend Dana got married, too (the real reason for the trip). And I know everyone wants to see some pictures from our adventures, right? Right!

Well, since apparently there isn't much to do in Connecticut, we drove to Boston on Friday.

First stop, George Washington Statue in the Boston Public Garden. Daddy only thought he could escape!

So far, Henry's really enjoying himself. 

What fun is a trip to New England without visiting some famous dead guys? Here's Sam Adams' gravesite. All day Doodah kept asking, "But where's the beer?" any time we saw a reference to Sam Adams. It was hi-larious. Really.

Yup, I'm pretty much adorable.

Henry's favorite part of the day was our stop at the Boston Commons. Just one more chance for him to push the stroller!