To say that Michael loves slides would be an understatement.  He talks about them all the time.  Well not about them, he just says "slide" a lot.  Look at the pure joy on his face.  By-the-way, every other kid going down this slide was at least 2 or 3 years older then Michael.  He doesn't care, in fact, he is pushing kids out of the way to go down it.  He has no fear, and it is fun to watch.  Not sure how that will play out in a few years when he is even crazier and still has no fear, but oh well.


Spring Training

In honor of Spring Training starting up, Michael and I wore our Giants World Champions shirts.  Lucky little kid, he is a Giants fan for one whole season and he gets a championship.  I had to wait 31, and my Dad had to wait 52 (I am counting since 1958, when the Giants moved to The City.)  Last year, even living in Sweden, I was able to make it to 4 Giants games (including 1 playoff game against the Phillies).  We will see if I am able to make it out to any games this year.


The Artist

Check out the serious look on his face.



Here is Michael's new favorite video. (And mine.) No surprise that he started making the sign for fish this day. Doesn't have the hugest spoken vocabulary, but he is picking up signs left and right...I have to keep learning more.

This is at the Butterfly house in Stockholm with my friend Krista and her son Ben. The best part of it was that they have to keep it at a tropical climate for all the butterflies and so it was the first time in months that we could feel like we were outdoors and be comfortable in a t-shirt, and Michael could play in the dirt. Honestly, it was worth the price of admission just to let Michael play in the dirt since it's been so long since we've seen any, let along gone outside without gloves. That's okay. Life is good here.


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