Our first stop was the firetruck which Mason was allowed to climb around. Our only warning was to not let him touch the red button, as it would send out a signal alerting other firetrucks that they were on their way to a fire. When I turned to look, what do you think Mason was doing? Touching the red button, of course. Thankfully there are two red buttons and he had pressed the other one. His next button to push was the reverse button, but they had blocks on the wheels so we weren't going anywhere. Mason is very into details if you couldn't tell!
He didn't seem too interested in the ambulance so we just did a quick tour there. When we got to the police cars he climbed in the front seat and I told him there better never be a reason for him to get in the backseat! They tried to get him to talk over the loud speaker but he wasn't quite sure what to do. We met a nice officer that patrols our neighborhood a lot and he was kind enough to take a picture with Mason.
There were a lot of activities inside as well, including a massive bounce house with a really high slide, but he's not quite patient enough to wait in lines at this point so we passed on those.
Mason had a great time and we may have to visit a fire station soon for a tour!
Now that's a lot of buttons
"Where's that red button?"
Daddy's enjoying himself too!
Making friends with the firemen
"Hey guys, look over there!"
The guy actually looked!
Quick tour of the ambulance
"Oh fun, more buttons!"
"How do I turn the siren on?"
Mason and Officer Fuentes