We take a lot of walks around here. A lot. If it is even somewhat mild outside James is outside. He loves it.
So today I grabbed my camera. Nothing unusual about today other than I wanted to document it.
James know exactly where he's going and how to get there. It means that he doesn't wait around for anyone, especially his Mama. First stop, the fire hydrant a few houses up. He likes the chain the most. And if he hears a plane he'll excitedly point up and make this "ohhh" face.
Very rarely he'll reach for my hand. I like these moments the most.
Earlier in the day it had rained. This means puddles. And toddlers love puddles.
Pretty soon the sky began to look like this...
Remember how I said that James can easily climb stairs and curbs now? And how he lets out a victory cry when he's reached his goal? The second photo is the victory cry in action.
This is the face he gave me when I told him it was time to go home. That his mean ol' Mama thought it might rain. And I was right, only minutes after we got back home big drops started to fall.