Pictures from Nana and Granddad’s Visit

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While my mom was staying with us, I grabbed a few more pictures off her phone of my parent’s previous visit. ┬áBecause nap time is over all too quickly, here are the photos.

Baby Boy at the aquarium.  He liked the fish, but just like the zoo, the otters were his favorite

Baby Boy at the aquarium. He liked the fish, but just like at the zoo, the otters were his favorite

Exploring what an octopus feels like.

Exploring what an octopus feels like.

Photo op outside the aquarium.

Photo op outside the aquarium.

Baby Boy with Nana and Granddad

Baby Boy with Nana and Granddad

One day Nana and Granddad drove up to North Cascades National Park.  Baby Boy needed a day to catch up on his rest, so we didn't make the drive with them.

One day Nana and Granddad drove up to North Cascades National Park. Baby Boy needed a day to catch up on his rest, so we didn’t make the drive with them.

Perhaps someday we'll go.  It looks lovely.

Perhaps someday we’ll go. It looks lovely.

Snow!

Snow!

One day we rode the ferry over to Bainbridge Island.

One day we rode the ferry over to Bainbridge Island.

It was cold and windy!

It was cold and windy!

It was a very nice outing even though it was cold and rained a bit.

It was a very nice day trip even though it was cold and rained a bit.

Baby Boy took Nana and Granddad to Gymboree to show off his new skills.  Here he's matching shapes and colors.

Baby Boy took Nana and Granddad to Gymboree to show off his new skills. Here he’s matching shapes and colors.

Crazy static electricity!

Crazy static electricity!

Climbing and swinging

Climbing and swinging

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