In other news, we went out in search of a fabled pumpkin "patch" this morning and instead of getting awesome shots of that, we wandered around a "prehistory" park.
|But wild dogs are ok.|
|His shirt says "I am 2" and it's the last week he can wear it without being called a liar.|
|These weren't creepy at all. Just ten or so monkey men in varying degrees of nakedness.|
|I have no clue what these things are, but they're like the mascots for our little area in Korea.|
|"I see pay-gound!" Ooh sadly it was just that spider. (?)|
|We came across some cages full of guinea pigs. And this ties in with prehistory how?|
|Who even cares? Molly thought they were hilarious.|
|Here she is showing her audience (not pictured: no fewer than 12 Korean fans) how funny these pigs were.|
|Seeing wildflowers like this in the fall makes me almost giddy for spring (and side note: this is strange because I hate spring. Spring = gateway to summer. Summer = hell on earth. Literally.)|
|Steve- will always offer to carry children | Sam- will never smile on demand|
This is the post that never endssss... yes it goes on and on MY FRIENDSSSS....
And this all happened before noon! Next we headed over to the dinosaur playground. You can't drag kids through a prehistory park and not take them to the dinosaur playground...
|His sunglasses only took forever and 3 days to arrive, but now that he has them, he "needs" them. (Until he doesn't anymore and I need to hold them.) He's Mr. Cool.|
|Steve- my only willing subject|
|I know what you're wondering, and the answer is yes, they are this cute in real life. And Molly's fingers are still deliciously chubby.|
|Her new favorite thing is to pull up her shirt, tuck it beneath her chin, and parade about while slapping her belly and chuckling to herself.|