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Last weekend was Memorial Day in the US, so I got to spend lots of time with family. It was Best Friends parents and sister and her family, which means I got to hang out with the cutest nephew ever (don’t even try to out-cute this kid):
He turned 3 in May, and is 39 inches tall, meaning he can ride his first roller coaster at Sea World (that’s him and his daddy in the green shirt)!
It was really hot, and by late afternoon he was exhausted:
Come to think of it, I was exhausted too. I’m too old for this nonsense! 🙂
This week’s photos brought to you by my mother-in-law, who plans to photograph every nanosecond of this guy’s life (although, who wouldn’t?).
12 thoughts on “Saturday Snapshot: Nephew”
AW! Cute! They should really have shaded nap areas for adults too at theme parks. There’s something so exhausting about them.
I didn’t need a nap so much as a way too cool off — it was so incredibly hot! Fortunately they have a new water ride with an extensive splash zone. So whenever I thought I was going to pass out, I’d stand there while the ride went by and would end up soaked head to foot. Then off I’d go, refreshed. 🙂
He’s definitely a cute one! Love that age, too.
Enjoy! And thanks for visiting my blog.
It’s a great age, definitely. I’m an only child and haven’t spent much time around children, so seeing this guy grow is a strange experience for me. They grow so fast, and I love seeing his personality develop.
Cool pics! I remember our two at that age. All go go go! Looks like he had a blast, though. Thanks for dropping by my blog earlier.
Yea, he’s a mover. He always wants to be doing something. And he loves water, so Sea World was the perfect place for him.
Ohhhhhh — that last pic so makes me want to take a nap!
That’s it — I gotta lay down…
He apparently stayed in that exact position for two hours. He was really sleepy. 🙂
Sunday afternoon is the perfect time for a nap. Enjoy it!
He is completely and absolutely adorable!
He is! And he doesn’t even know it. He’ll be a real heartbreaker someday. 🙂
What a cute gut:)
He’s adorable. I love watching his face as he sees something new or tries to figure something out. I can almost see the wheels in his head turning!