Seattle is in a pretty constant state of dreary, so we didn't want to schedule too many activities other than to allow ample time for them to enjoy good ol' sunny and hot Dallas. We stayed just busy enough with a couple of lunches out, a visit to the 6th Floor Museum (where JFK was shot), and fun shopping (mostly for Mason) while they were here. A bulk of the time was spent hanging out as a family and playing with Mason at home. We enjoyed each others company every evening with a nice meal in, and had my parents over one night for a fun party that Sean and I were the first to retire from!
Seattle has become one of my favorite cities, especially since they are there, and we're already thinking about when we can visit them next. We had a great visit and I know Mason loved spending quality time with his Grandma and Granddad. We all love you and can't wait to see you again!
|Mason and his grandparents|
|Running around the grassy knoll with Daddy while the rest of us finished the tour|
|Mason & Mommy in Dallas. Thought the shadows in the middle picture turned out cool. The far right has the 'x' in the road where JFK was shot.|
|Left picture is the angle the shooter had (this was taken from 7th floor - 6th floor spot is blocked off). Right picture is Old Red Museum in Dallas.|
|Lunch at El Fenix Downtown|
|Yay for popsicles!|
|Reading his 1st year photo book with Granddad. He loves looking at his pictures and pointing out everything/everyone he recognizes.|