Thursday, September 6, 2007

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Max and I went on a field trip today. It was supposed to happen on Tuesday, Max's birthday, but Abram had to be on a call, blah blah blah... so we went today instead. We took the train downtown, went up to Abram's office so he could show Max off a little bit, and went to lunch at Potbelly's (who has a surprisingly tasty Oreo Chocolate Milkshake, btw). Max charmed the ladies at Potbelly's and scored a free cookie. I'm hoping he's taking after his Auntie Ryan who I swear I have never been in public with when she hasn't received something for free. Max was a little skeptical about the train, but when I saw he got to take an enormous escalator up to it, he got on board. His favorite parts were when we stopped at the airport and he saw 5 huge airplanes all lined up next to each other, and when we went over the Potomac and he saw all the bridges and boats. He was so thrilled by the possibility, I didn't have the heart to tell him there are no sharks in the Potomac. So here's to Max on his 2nd birthday and here's to not having to have a party because he really has no clue what it means anyway :)

P.S. These are the adorable burp cloths and bib that Hillary (our friend who works with Abram) gave us today.


Owens D.C. said...

I love those gifts!!!

I still don't think I pronounce her name correctly so we'll have to talk soon and make sure I have it down :)


Hurry up with this baby will you?

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