You may have noticed that I have taken a more laid back approach to blogging and frequent posting lately. I have a review of Kelle Hampton’s book, Bloom, in the works (and a crazy story about video chatting with her), and I do plan to get back to doing Tuesday Tidbits soon. I have just stopped giving myself blogging deadlines and stressing out over my tiny spot in cyber-space. It would be different if my imaginary version of “Living by Faith” were in existence. You know, the wildly popular blog moms all over the world visit daily…the blog that gets me on talk-shows and pays me like a celebrity. Well, until then, I’ve decided to chill. Pinterest is partially responsible for this epiphany…
And now for the Photo Clear-Out, 155 pictures straight from iPhoto…no fancy editing (just a little cropping and some red-eye & booger removal), no watermarking…just summer fun pure and simple…
|The pedals lock so they won't hit his feet when using the foot rest.|
|I love this bar that protects him from falling out. It also has a harness. Both are removable, and this will become a regular trike when he's ready.|
|The handlebar actually turns the front wheel of the trike, so it is really easy to push him.|
Entertrainment Junction, the world's largest train display. It is 25,000 square feet of model trains and detailed layouts.
|Adam found a train with pretend coal. He LOVED it.|
|I really enjoyed watching Levi play at the train table (where the tracks were glued down so he couldn't throw them like he does at home).|
|Just in case you ever wondered if Adam loves trains.|
|This facial expression of his cracks me up!|
|In front of a B-24 Bomber like the one Wes's grandfather flew in|
|Standing in front of the type of plan my Grandpa Milligan would have flown in. He was in WWII and the Korean War.|
|My dad was on an aircraft carrier in Vietnam. This was a game that let you try to land a plane on an aircraft carrier.|
|Adam's self portrait. The long lines coming down from his head are arms, not ears.|
|Slipin' & Slidin' with Miss Addy|
|Breakfast at Cracker Barrel to begin a road trip for work|
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Gig's Playhouse, a Down Syndrome Awareness Center in Moline, IL. There are locations all over the country.