Evan knew just what daddy's sunglasses were for. He insisted on wearing them upside down though--I tried to show him the "right" way, but he would just flip them over again. I think it might have had something to do with the temple ear bend being at an ideal chewing angle when the glasses were upside down.
This was a big deal--Evan walking into Children's. We have always pushed him in by stroller. He lasted through the first short appointment, and then Jeremy had to run back to the car to get the stroller. Not so much because Evan was tired of walking, but we needed him to stay with us while we ate lunch.
Waiting in the exam room for Dr. Sie. There was plenty of time for snuggles.
We stopped at the playground at University Village. Evan wasn't interested in playing, but he did want to walk around. The cute stick-figure face is from a store window.
Today in Seattle, it felt (and looked) like spring has already sprung...the flowers at the mall were so pretty.