Tuesday, January 27, 2009

wagon and/or wheelbarrow

Last week we took Luke for his first *official* ride in his wagon (Keith refuses to acknowledge that it's a wagon; he instead refers to it as Luke's wheelbarrow) he received from Andrew for Christmas. We hadn't taken him out before this because I was too nervous that he wasn't big enough yet. It says its for kiddos at least a year old and older, but I finally broke down and we took him to get the mail which is right around the corner from our house. Since he's larger than an average one-year-old at this point, I figured, hey-why not? He loved every second of it!

We started off with the intention of taking Rosco with us, but after we caught sight of the kids playing at the end of the street, we decided against it because we didn't want him scaring any of the kids. We know he just likes to sniff, but the kids had no idea that's what he was thinking.

Luke found some toys that I'd put in his wagon and began playing with them while we were walking. He also managed to grab his long-lost sunglasses from the bottom of the wagon. We tried to put them on him, but much rather preferred to play with them.

The trip was uneventful and fun. We were only out for about 5-10 minutes before I had to leave to teach R.E. I'm excited for us to go again!


Heather said...

I had no idea wagons had seatbelts nowadays! They were so made with you in mind hehe. I am excited to catch up so I can learn what R.E. is :)

Traci Tenkely said...

I want a wagon! That looks like so much fun.