Sunday, October 26, 2008
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Posted by Elaine M. Zimmerman on Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Thursday, October 09, 2008
This past weekend was our annual F Street Block Party, and for the first time since we've been living here, we took full advantage of the festivities. It helps that Owen has a ton of friends on the block, and when you spend as much time playing on the sidewalk as we do, you can't help but get to know your neighbors a little better. Owen in fact feels so at home outside on our block that he insisted on taking his shirt off at the Block Party so he could run around shouting, "Owie Naked!" Fortunately our block is dominated by little boys. Unfortunately this wasn't the last party Owen would attend this week.
On Wednesday I took Owen to our annual EPA Climate Change Division Picnic, where despite temperatures that caused senior management to dawn jackets, Owen decided once again to strip down and alternately chase after little girls to give them kisses, and chase after senior management to tell them that he was naked. On the bright side, I work of the EPA where everyone dresses casually. I was too busy chasing after him with his shirt to capture a good picture of naked Owen, so this cute picture of Owen, Cole, and Sophie (three junior members of the Climate Economics Branch) will have to do.
Posted by Allen A. Fawcett on Thursday, October 09, 2008