On Saturday we went to the Nationals/Orioles game in Baltimore.
You can't not be excited about baseball when you know Jesse, but even if you weren't this ballpark is really nice. We spent some time exploring before we sat down to watch the game.
It's always a party if there's a moonbounce. That's what I always say anyway.
Hadley had a good time jumping inside, but Harper didn't want to have anything to do with it. She'll understand how wonderful moonbounces are soon enough.
I'm not sure what you call this part, but in between the stadium and the warehouse on the right is this really cool alleyway with restaurants.
Jesse and I were prepared to maybe watch a few minutes of the game here and there, but once we got to our seats, Hadley was hooked. She kept telling Jesse, "Thanks for taking me to this baseball game, Daddy. I'm having so much fun!" You can imagine how disappointing that was for Jesse to hear. I think he was ready to buy season tickets before we left the ballpark.
Harper was busy writing her memoirs.
The girls especially liked when everybody clapped and cheered. Always ready for a good time, the two of them clapped right along and yelled, "YEA!" with everybody else. Hadley also enjoyed dancing and playing on the stairs and railings in between the innings.
We stayed for most of the game, and left around the 8th inning. But not before we got some ice-cream!
When I grow up I want to be a writer. I practice a lot on my two blogs, Notes from Naptime and Sit A While. Sometimes what I write gets into magazines. My work has been in Christian School Teacher, Christian Home and School, the online magazine Mommy Times, and The Banner.