Last Friday my friend Ashley came over to babysit and mommy and daddy snuck out to go to a party in Coolidge Corner. They filled me in on the details though. Apparently some big book came out last weekend called Harry Potter 7, and lots of people were excited about it. Mommy and daddy too apparently, as the party was called Potterpalooza.
First they had butterbeer ice cream at JP Licks then went off on a magical quest/scavenger hunt/putting stickers on paper. I'm not quite sure which one sounds the most exciting. I think stickers.
One stop they went to was this place called Party Favors. Mommy and Daddy had to choose cupcakes corresponding to the houses in the book.
Hufflepuff, Ravensclaw, Slytherin and Gryffindor cupcakes.
Mommy took Gryffindor and daddy chose Slytherin. He claims the Gryffindor had run out, but I think there's something he's not telling me.
Later mommy got a pair of glasses from the cupcake place and a tattoo on her forehead from a salon.
I don't know who this is
On Saturday when we were out, a special package came in the mail. It was brought by an owl.
Hmm, what could this be?
Mommy said it was "Harry Potter 7". I can't read but I'm pretty sure that's what it says.
Daddy was so excited that he started reading it when he got home from work. He just finished it yesterday. Now it's mommy's turn. When is it going to be my turn?
Sunday was not a very Harry Potter day, but it was fun anyway. In the morning we went for a walk around a pond.
Pretty flowers by the lake
I took a snooze in the Ergo carrier
After the walk, I drove us to lunch at Margaritas.
Don't worry. I didn't have a margarita before I drove.
Margarita's is right on the water so afterwards we took our leftover tortilla chips and fed the ducks and geese.
Mommy and me feeding the geese. Somehow the rest of the chips magically disappeared after we fed a few to the birds.
Then we went across the street to the most amazing toy store I've ever been to. It's called the Construction Site, and they have all kinds of trains and building stuff.
This is a "ferris wheel" built out of something called K'nex. I'm way too young for it, but it looked really cool anyway.
Ooh... trains! What does it say on the top?
I played on their train tables for a long time, and finally mommy and daddy had to drag me from the store. Oh well. I know where it is, and I can drive now!