Days 301 – 307


We met Andrew’s mom, her friend Molly, and Little Andrew in Boston. They flew in from Chicago for the weekend to hang out with us and go on the Polar Express. We walked them to the car and loaded their bags before hiking around Boston for the day.


We crossed the river to check out
the children’s museum,
Flour Bakery,
& seafood.


First stop, Flour Bakery.
You’ve got to try it!
Run. Don’t walk.
There are long lines and big crowds for a reason:)flour_bakery


Little Andrew was such a good sport walking all over town. Especially with Andrew and I who tend to walk too far and too much.


Downtown Boston.IMG_43650


 big & little andrew

While we waited for our table at dinner Big Andrew entertained Little Andrew by counting how many times he could jump back and forth over the curb without stopping; Little Andrew jumped up and down and cheered. I prayed that he didn’t fall and knock all his teeth out. Fortunately, the mission was accomplished without injury. big_andrew_jumpin


Dinner at The Barking Crab.

Andrew’s mom and Molly split a seafood dinner. We also had some clam chowder and lobster bisque. Andrew loves seafood and when visitors come he gets his fill of it and more!


Later that weekend we took them to our new favorite fall spot: the harbor seals viewing point.


And Little Andrew put on the charm.


Big Andrew gave Little Andrew a belated birthday gift: a Lego building of the Sears Willis Tower. Little Andrew was a wiz with it and put it together and took it apart multiple times before leaving.
Lego architecture

Thanks for coming to visit! We promise to spend more time shopping in Newport if you come back:)

1 comment:

  1. Another FUN weekend! You two...always doing cool things!

    Send me/bring me something from the Flour Bakery please!

    Sooooo????? How many times did he jump over the curb?!?!?