We made Zack a great play area by the big living room window. You can see how crappy our window is in this picture, but oh well. It's still an awesome play area, and we like sitting near him and catching a breeze while he entertains himself.
He has been super snuggly lately. He likes to jump on us while playing.
This is a play structure made for little kids. It's perfectly Zack size. He got up to this level totally on his own.
And this play structure is made of 100% recyclable materials. They sure know the way to a girl's heart.
Zack spent most of the time at the market striking out on his own like this. I don't know if you can see the small blood spots on the back of the onesie. Mommy cut her finger cooking, but I guess it's fitting to have your zombie onesie get slightly bloody.
The petting zoo. Zack was fearless.
This was our first time inside the fence.
We've only looked at the animals from the outside before.
Also, he really liked the purse of the lady next to him.
She had to take it off another chair and put it on her lap.
A little red haired girl. She said to me,
"The last time I was here, a goat nibbled on my daddy's butt."
That face. Whatta kid.
I know I've said it before, but the Farmers' Market is a hoot. I enjoy counting the number of $900 strollers that go by. Today I saw $3600 worth of Bugaboo and one Stokke. There was a camera crew shooting B roll for something. They were zipping up the street, and I heard a crew member say, "Vegetable stand, coming up on the left!" We also met a girl named Maggie, who seemed to have three daddies, as far as we could tell. Oh, Studio City, how I love you. (Also the produce is delicious.)