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Sunday, November 16, 2014
Scaring New Parents And Other Babysitting Amusements
November 16, 2014
We started day three of our babysitting gig like we did the first two: in breakfast mode:
High Chair Bananarama
How do you scare the wits out of new parents? Well, you send them a video with this title:
Weston Disappears. . .
This is our last morning babysitting Weston. His parents have been at a B&B in San Inez and are returning this afternoon. We will get our walking papers and a ride to Burbank Airport. It's been fun. Yesterday we went for a walk and looked at the sights:
Weston Sees A Flower
Weston is in the habit of running up every driveway looking for a "ki-ki" (kitty) or a dog. We also ended up at a Mexican food joint and sat outside where Weston kept up a running commentary:
Weston at Burrito Delight commenting on all the "cars" and "trucks" two words he knows.
And we also went to a park where the fearless boy hit the slide about twenty times, sometimes head first:
Weston Slides With Abandon. . .
And here we have Weston playing a certain tickle game:
Weston Keeps His Grandma In Stitches!
"If I had known how much fun grand children were going to be, I would have had them first."