The chill and wind kept some soccer players away this morning, but we made it out and Thea was all about making goals. This time, she even passed the ball to her teammates a couple times, which made me proud!
The half-time snack is always very exciting.
On the sidelines and at halftime, Finn found preschool pals to pass the ball.
After the game, we went over to the Camp Hill Fire Station, where there were big festivities. First, we ate lunch in the bay.
There were rides in the bucket lift (the fire chief snapped this pic, just before the operator took us up).
They extinguished some faux fires with a fire hose.
They met Sparky, the fire dog!
There was even a firepit set-up for marshmallow roasting, and making s’mores!
The PA National Guard led kids in some simple calisthenics: “Do as many jumping jacks as twice your age!”
The mantrailing bloodhounds were on hand, and they got a lot of attention from Finn… and Thea too! She let me take this photographic evidence of her petting a dog.
Later, we made our way home and rode bikes up to Sheaffer Field.
And back in Beverly Park, Finn proclaimed himself “Super Buddy!” and leaped from a picnic table. He explained that Super Buddy’s superpower is zooming, so we zoomed around the park for a good long while, and he’s sleeping very well right now 🙂