Last weekend was chock full of fun events!
First, my husband took my son to the Patriots Training Camp. It was a lot of fun for them to watch the Patriots train. The camp went on Thu-Sunday, and as you can see, at least on Saturday it was a ton of people!
My son was excited to watch Gronk and the GOAT training. :)
They also have a lot of activities set up for kids. See the big grin below on my son's face. :) It was also my husband's first time going to the training camp, and it was a real treat for him, especially going with our son.
He actually thanked me for find out about this event and letting him know. :)
On Sunday I went to Denahy Park for Henry IV but turned out that was at the Longfellow Park, so we ended up staying at Denahy for the Cambridge Jazz Fest instead.
There was a lot of people there too, must've been hundredsI I guess everyone likes to be out when the weather's so beautiful. :)
There were food trucks set up and lots of vendors and giveaways.
We met up with some friends. It was just a beautiful time enjoying the outdoors, with nice live music. (Actually, our friends a couple, applied what they learned at marriage counseling to help my husband and I talk about a recent argument, but I'll save that story for another time. :)
This weekend is the Cambridgeside Run & Ride. My kids and their cousins are super excited for the race. Note you have to 5+ to run, and 7+ to ride. And for 5-6 year olds they only have to run a quarter mile. So even if your child's never done a race, like mine, they can do it and have fun. :)
P.S. Here's a video of my daughter running along with Wally. It was a bit of cute-overload. ;-)
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