Last Sunday we planned to drive somewhere but then Sebastian my son is a bit feverish so we decided not to go far and just drive to Bristol. Our plan is Asian Store, Ikea and then this water area in @Bristol so that he can cool off when it gets too hot.
We are constantly monitoring him as fever on a hot day is not pleasant! And it was a sunny day. In the Asian store we just bought some supplies for my new found blogging love, cooking post! Then we head to Ikea. While there we took some free woods for our future camping fire wood.
They have so much that hubby went bonkers! He needs to sort the car so we just waited (so long) inside sitting. A lot of times my son would hum wordless songs like this one.
After so long we finally found [free] parking and head out to the College Greens Park. We found this awesome patch! Lettuce as borders and tomato plants as center piece! Amazing! He met a friend here and they played long and we said our goodbyes and we then proceed to the Anchor Square. There is a waterscape there where he loves playing.
He started undressing while we are still fee meters away from the place! And he just played in the water like crazy. I then realized that we should have invited that family to go with us because its hot and I know that their son would've enjoy playing in the waters too! Missed opportunity to gain new friends. They are new in Bristol as well! *Sigh* Anyways he stayed in the water long enough. And his Dad stayed with him as he fell. We really do have a clumsy kid. He is after all sluggish and feverish. But in high spirit. He would walk to where i am sitting and stay with me every so often just to laugh and talk. My sweet little boy. Mostly because I have Cadburys Buttons too =P
We went to the Harbourside afterwards. Just to walk. To see if there are events. We notice that he doesn't want to go down now. Sebastian wanted us to carry him always so thats our cue to go home.
We headed back to the car which is located on top of this road! Good luck to husband as he is in-charge of carrying our son on his shoulder!