I'm so behind on blogs, so I figure I'd do two in one and totally overwhelm you with pictures! Last week we spent a week at Delanco Camp in the Pine Barrens of NJ. Which equals LOTS of sand and pine trees. Here are some pictures from the week. Jason had a fabulous time and loved the water. He also figured out how to climb out of his pack n play, which served as his crib. Good times.
We never actually went in the boat in the water, but he liked to climb in and out of them!
He loved the water, was like a drowned rat the whoe time we were in there! (and the water is not dirty, it's a cedar lake which is why it's brown!) The camp was for 4th, 5th and 6th graders, however there were about 3 other boys there that were slightly older than Jason (3 and 5 y/o) they had so much fun with the trucks!! And my friend Teadora and I did a lot of this :)
And now for b'day pics :)
On his actual b'day we took him to Allaire State Park where they have real steam locomotive, he's been on it before, but loves it more each time we go!
I had found this great book by Shutterfly, that superimposes his face throughout a Sesame Street book
We took him out to dinner that night to our fav child-friendly restaurant: Chevy's. He loves the salsa and chips there:
And although he screamed bloody murder when the waitstaff came over and sang (loudly) to him, he was happy with his ice cream after they left :)
His party was the next day and it was "Bob the Builder" theme. Wow, did that go over well!! And we will now NEVER have a shortage of construction trucks in this house.
Decked out in his construction gear
This is actually the same decorated cake as last year, but I added some construction vehicles to make it a little different. I love Costco cakes, but they are limited in their designs.
One of the best toys he got was this roller coaster thing from Step 2. It was a HUGE hit at the party with all the kids. Jason loved it so much that he wouldn't get off the little cart, notice my cousin Kelli lifting him and the cart completely off the ground. Apparently she carried it this way to the top of the coaster! Here's the link to the roller coaster. http://www.step2.com/product.cfm?product_id=1104
It was seriously a huge hit for Jason all the up to the 5 y/olds that were there!
And I think that's enough for now. I have more pics at our site (www.flickr.com/photos/karenbostwick), check em' out! Thanks for looking!