We were up early, as we usually are. What better thing to do on a Sunday morning than catch the animals at the zoo before it's too hot. The penguins were very active! Usually we catch them right around feeding time so they're mostly standing around hanging out. It was fun to watch them zoom around in the water.
With the train play structure gone, this is his next favorite thing. If he notices this tractor, he's all over it, driving places and taking people with him.
Of course no visit would be complete if we didn't swing by Redd's Farm where goats lay around, enjoying being brushed by small kids for hours on end.

 I went for a run early in the morning, as the household was waking up.
After Chris ran around in the morning with Quinn, we spent part of the evening at a local park. There are multiple playgrounds spread across a forest, so it's a great open space for him to run around in.

Quinn went to bed early, Chris fell asleep early, and I was able to hang out a little on the deck and enjoy the quiet. I did not appreciate how much the little one would talk, and talk, and talk, and talk all day long.

They had a relaxing evening together.

I woke up early and most of the household was still asleep, so I left a little after 6 to go running. It's too humid out. Gross.
In the evening we made some cloud dough and played for a little bit. He had fun, but I was a little sad to realize I didn't have the right kind of food coloring. Next time!

 We went early this morning to vote in the primary today.
In the evening after work we took a stroll down Kent Trails. He wanted to try out the wings on his shoes!

It took a few years but they're becoming fast friends.

 I decided to bake a pie for work.
Quinn, ever the helper, wanted to bake too. So we brought up some of his kitchen supplies and he got to mixing...
...and plating his creation.