Monday, March 1, 2010

Best Shot Monday: Bounce Party

This past weekend we went to a birthday party at "Bounce U" in Allentown. Emily was a little cautious a couple years ago when she went to her first party at one of these places. She was probably around 2 or 3 years old and the slides were HUGE in comparison to the slides at the park. It took us until almost the end of the party to get her to try to go down one.
Tyler on the other hand, has always been fearless. He went to his first bounce party last year right after he turned 1. He was still too young to go on the big slides by himself, but he just loved going down them with my husband. He turned 2 this past December and was more than ready to try the big slides this past weekend - SOLO. Before I could catch him, he was already climbing up the little square steps leading up to the huge slide. I was a little nervous at first but then thought, What's the worst thing that could happen? He could fall back off the steps and land on the big puffy pillow-like base at the bottom. Everything is padded at this place! He struggled to get up at first with his tiny little legs, but made it to the top and flew down the slide sideways - laughing! Emily just stared at him coming down, astonished! One of the slides required them to come down in a potato sack, so Emily would help Tyler since he couldn't manage climbing up and holding the sack at the same time. As you can see below, they had a blast!

Em Ty Slide


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3 Comments:

Stacy March 2, 2010 at 10:12 AM  

Looks like they had a lot of fun! Love their expressions. :) Our kids love the bounce house places, too. A little kids paradise. :)

Cara March 2, 2010 at 4:25 PM  

That's an awesome shot Sheely. I love Tyler's expression and even though I can't see Em's whoe face I can totally imagine it!

Theresa March 2, 2010 at 7:44 PM  

Too cute!!! I love how excited Tyler is. You can tell he's having a wonderful time.

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