Tuesday, October 26, 2010

The Adventures of Conan

Once upon a time there was a little boy and his name was Conan.  He was an awesome little boy.  Conan had a little brother and his name was Baby.  Conan also had a little doggy and his name was Dubby.  One day, Conan said that he wanted to go for a bike ride.  So Mommy, Conan, Baby and Dubby packed up the bike and trailer and off they went on a bike adventure.  The first place they stopped was the Library.  Conan and Mommy had some books to return.  Conan was upset that we had to return the Fire Engine books, but Mommy said he could get some different books on another day.  They got back on Mommy's pink Trek bike and rode to the Wauwatosa Fire Station.  Outside the station sat a BIG. RED. FIRETRUCK.  Conan was so excited.  He said, "Mommy!  Look at the Firetruck!  It has a ladder!".  Then a very nice fireman came out and showed Conan, Mommy and Baby around the fire station.  Conan got to see the big Fire Engine and sit in the Captain's chair and wear his hat.  He got to drive the fire engine too!  Then Conan asked if he could see the fire pole.  Not only did he get to see the fire pole, he got to go down the fire pole!  Next Conan got to see where the firemen changed when a call came.  The fireman showed him his mask and Conan thought that was scary scary.

Then it was time to leave.  Mommy got Conan and Baby back into the Burley and off they went!  They went over a few hills, all the while Conan telling Mommy, "Faster!  Faster!".  Then they got to the park.  They played on the swings, in the sand, went down the slide, looked at the creek and played in the leaves.  Conan thought that was so much fun.

After a bit, it was time to head back home.  Baby needed to eat and Mommy's legs needed a rest.  They stopped at the park across the street from their house.  Conan raced Mommy and Baby across the grass, threw some leaves at Mommy and pretended he was an airplane.  They played some chess and then came back home.  Mommy made them snack trays for lunch then put them down for their naps.  

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