The next summer adventure that was recorded by me taking pictures was when we took Porter on the carousel in Porter Park (yep--I know...) for the 1st time. Porter and I've been going to the park almost everyday this summer, but I wanted it to be an experience he also shared with his dad, so we waited until Jordan had the chance to go with us. I thought he would love all the lights, movement, music, etc., and I'm not saying he didn't, but he didn't squeal with delight the whole time--this was also the day the "monkey face" was invented. Porter's reaction to the carousel consisted of looking around a lot, not wanting to really touch anything, and giving us this face
Also included in that park experience was Porter meeting/touching a brittany spaniel for the 1st time (very big deal to Jordan).
The next exciting adventure was Jordan and my 3rd anniversary. Jordan took the afternoon off work, and we started our adventures by going to--you guessed it, McDonalds! Seeing as the only way Porter gets fast food is when Jordan takes him when he's by himself, Porter got ice for his McDonalds treat--yay ice!?
We then went on a drive and found a little area of river with a boat dock that we sat on and played in the water. It was nice and relaxing, and it was a super hot day so that was refreshing.
We then dropped Porter off at a babysitter's (thanks Nate and Elisa), and we headed down to Idaho Falls to see Harry Potter and go out to dinner. We didn't have time to go to dinner first, and it was our anniversary so we could do whatever we wanted. Guess what we did? We bought food at the theater! I know--it's crazy. But it was great! Jordan got nachos and a slushi and I got Dibs. Yum! We then went into the huge, nice, comfortable, reclining chairs, theater and enjoyed Harry Potter 6. It was wonderful to just be with Jordan (and our theater was so rad! They had the greatest pictures on the walls). On the way out of the theater, there was this funny sign on the doors, and I had to take a picture of it, so here it is. Afterwards, we were still hungry so we went and picked up a rack of ribs at Texas Roadhouse to go, and we ate it when we got home. It was a great anniversary!