This weekend I travelled to Chattanooga with the rowing team for our last regatta of the fall season. Jenny and I were both sad to be apart. We’re about to get on the bus that will take us to the airport, and then we have a direct flight home, so we’ll be home pretty early.
Yesterday, I rented a bike to ride along the race course and cheer our rowers on. To get to the bike rental shop, I crossed a long pedestrian bridge over the river, then walked a couple of blocks. It’s beautiful–the bridge is painted blue, and there are parks on both sides. It appeared that lots of families with young people make the area a Saturday destination for family fun. Some of them were watching the regatta, but many were just out to enjoy a beautiful fall day. I spent quite a bit of time looking at the little kids and thinking about our future.
I also tried to get a good look at all the different strollers. I haven’t put up my post about our experience at Babies-Я-Us last Tuesday, but because of it I realized that I don’t understand our stroller needs. With so many people around the race venue this weekend, I took the opportunity to look at the many different styles of strollers on display and think about our baby locomotion needs.
Time to go. More later.