Today we visited the Children’s Museum in downtown San Diego. What a glorious experience. Throughout the day I was able to capture a nice candid shot of each of the five great-grandchildren.
Sage Buxton 9 (Daughter of Chris and Christina)
Thane Buxton 8 (Son of Joel and Aisha Buxton)
Ethan Buxton 6 (I think) Son of Joel and Aisha
Drake Buxton 5 (Son of Chris and Christina)
Seth Buxton 5 (Son of Joel and Aisha Buxton)
They had a time, as did I. Among other things, they built structures, produced chalk drawings, climbed walls, blew bubbles, toured tunnels, painted a car, and a stack of tires.
This 2-year-old we met also painted. She was a riot, always wanting people to see her work. (If I were despondent, I believe I would consider going to a children’s museum–even if I didn’t have any of my own youngins’ to take. I’d sit and watch and smile, and perhaps my despondency would be lifted.)
At lunch after we left the museum, Ethan looked at his Poppy and asked, “Is it lying to tease?”
“No, not if you’re just teasing,” Poppy Steve answered. Thus began a discussion of lying with the youngsters snickering and tattling on each other. After a bit, Drake looked straight at me, very somber.
“Granny, I lie sometimes.” He stared at me, and I promise I could not help myself. I burst into laughter, looked at Steve, and he was rolling. You tell me, now.Take a look at Drake’s little face. It is just not possible that beautiful sweet boy ever lied. Grannies just know things like that.
3 replies on “Five Greats (Day 12 Summer Road Trip 2012)”
Yes, Bek, they’re sweet. Aisha, I am so glad their coming down to San Diego coincided with our being here. I don’t see them enough, and am thoroughly enjoying them. They are precious.
I’ve enjoyed the pictures! I have missed my littles guys this week, it’s been overly quiet here at home!
Awh. Pure sweetness.