Aiden is like a sponge.
He is taking a lot in, good or bad.
One time Daddie cursed, and he tried to repeat it.
Luckily he didn’t say it right, and Daddie hasn’t cursed in his presence since that time in the car.
Every day, Aiden will put on slippers and bring a pair to Mommie and Daddie.
(I love this Monster shirt on him, he looks so round and balanced.)
(I couldn’t help but snap a pic with us.)
Daddie also brought out his video game and did a little dancing.
Here he is trying to copy Daddie, and clap to get the game to work.
He even pointed to the TV as he could see Daddie in there.
He was not as eager to dance as I thought.
So Daddie put on a little soccer game.
Aiden is learning the moves.
Unusable disk – something for Aiden to play with.
Free private event tickets to Knott’s, compliments of Galen’s vendor.
No, it wasn’t a Knott’s Scary Farm thing.
We wouldn’t want to traumatize Aiden…
Although he was super scared of Snoopy.
Aiden’s first ride.
Perfect ride since Aiden loves cars?
I thought so….
But at all the turns it was super fast!
Aiden didn’t like it and started getting clingy.
I thought this ride would be mild enough for him.
But it went up and down in a small circular motion and he didn’t like the butterflies in his tummy.
Ah, he’s smiling, good start.
He could even pretend to drive and honk the horn.
Alright, finally something he likes, right?
It was before we started.
Then he didn’t like the openness, not ready for a convertible yet.
Merry Go Round!
It was so fast!
He didn’t like it either, especially at first when Daddie wanted to sit on the animal.
Let’s play pretend video games!
But look at his forced smile?
Driving cars is still his thing.
There were cars on show around Knott’s.
He was more interested in those real cars.
Too bad he can’t touch or go in them.
Chains and fences were there to block his way.
I think his happiest moment was seeing the cars and drinking apple juice.
Someone is trying to illegally get to the Prius.
He probably would be willing to stand there all night.
But we would be terribly bored.
He was not wowed by the lights.
His first train ride.
He wanted to sit on his own and even gave a high-five to the bandit that stopped by.
Aiden was basically tired all night.
And wanted nothing to do with Snoopy.
Lucky Daddie stood between them.
Daddie seemed to be the happiest.
Aiden isn’t ready for Knott’s.
We stayed for about an hour and a half.
But when he is ready, who will go on the scary rides with him?
Somebody want to volunteer?
Before we left, just had to do a quick measurement.
For some reason, he liked this particular spot.
It was such a quiet night, it didn’t feel like a normal amusement park.