Sail-abrating Father’s Day

Bob is such a great dad!  I knew he would be.  He takes such good care of us.  But at the same time, he’s still a kid at heart.  The three of us have so much fun together.  It makes me laugh whenever I hear him yell from another room,

Kara, come look how cute we are!  Take a picture.

It’s true that usually they are ADORABLE together.  Case in point:

They are two peas in a pod.

Bob wanted a pretty “chill” day.  I woke up and made him breakfast.  Hungry Man’s – his favorite.  Eggs, Bacon, English Muffin.  He opened the gifts and cards from me and Clark and we headed to church.

Bob had agreed to work at the Sailabration at the Inner Harbor for a few hours so we decided to get lunch and go down there early to walk around for a bit.

First stop, lunch at Chipotle.  Always a good choice!

The harbor was pretty crazy but we found parking in a garage.  Good time and place to teach Clark how to drive.  That’s always a fun father-son bonding experience.  Even at 4 months!

How cool are these sand creations?  They were huge!

We had about an hour and a half to walk around before Bob had to work the M&T tent.  Let me tell you…that was plenty of time.  It was cool to see all the tall ships and occasionally the Blue Angels would fly over head but it was über crowded!  As big as the Harbor is, you were pretty much forced to just move along with the crowd.

Clark and I walked around a little longer after dropping Bob off at his tent but it was so hot and crowded that we decided to just head home and pick up Bob when he was finished.

Bob finished early and when he called, he said he was just going to start walking because the Harbor was going to be so crowded. He just called me every 5-10 min. to give me an update of where he was so I wouldn’t pass him on my way in to the city.  Crazy guy walked almost to Johns Hopkins University!!  That’s like 3 miles!!

We were all so tuckered out from the long, hot day that we crashed when we got home.  Family nap for a couple hours then off to bed early.

It was a great day!  Bob- Clark and I love you so much!  We are so lucky to have you!!  Hope you had the Father’s Day that you deserve!

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