August 6, 2010: Walking around Manhattan at dusk with Lisa looking for a place to eat. This subway station on the edge of Central park was too pretty to ignore.
August 7, 2010: Dancing on the giant cheeseburger bed at the CheeseburgHer party. I didn’t take this photo (obviously) and now I can’t figure out where I got it.
August 8, 2010: The yarn wall at Purl Soho. So pretty!
August 9, 2010: Back home. The boys suited up and played Batman and Robin out in front of the house. Now that I look at this photo, I’m mortified that I let Wyatt ride on the trike with his cape on. It looks like he’s about to ride over the edge of it and strangle himself!
August 10, 2010: This photo is terribly blurry, but I had to choose it because it captures one aspect of our August so perfectly. Way back in April, when we went to WonderCon, Zach treated himself to the two volume set of The Life & Times Of Scrooge McDuck by Don Rosa. Zach was a huge fan of Uncle Scrooge comics when he was a kid and he has a pretty good collection of them waiting in a closet for the boy to be old enough to read. He read Wyatt these books when he first got them, but Wyatt and I reread them every night at bedtime in August. These were also his books of choice to look over when he was having quiet time for several weeks.
August 11, 2010: I kept Wyatt home from camp and surprised him with a trip to Six Flags when Augie was at day care. We rode bumper cars and roller coasters and ate lots of blue foods.
August 12, 2010: Eating Trader Joes banana yogurt. Yum!