5 years, 4 months.
This past weekend for our tradition of being dangerous but not getting hurt, we decided to explore the McCutcheon Creek at Jerry Erwin Park.
I insisted that you jump across every possible crevice with water flowing under it, as you have quickly proven you have a remarkable ability to hurdle spaces you shouldn’t physically be capable of.
Of course, I made sure you wore your Spiderman rain boots, to be better equipped to walk across the water.
While that was a decent amount of fun on Saturday, we decided to venture out again on Sunday for an afternoon of mud.
After driving through that big puddle again, we made our way to the field behind Lowe’s, which features the same creek from the park the day before: McCutcheon Creek.
At first, I wasn’t so sure our surroundings would be that unique. That is, until you asked me if you could go down to the water:
You got stuck in the mud on the way there. It was like the mud was pulling you in as you attempted to step out into the nearby water.
I explained to you that’s how quicksand works. As you can see from these pictures, you at some point fell down in it and became what I call a “soggy bottom boy”.
It became obvious to me that we will need to be returning this coming weekend to better explore that muddy, swampy part of McCutcheon Creek.
Granted, for all we know, your new baby sister could be born this weekend, which would delay our plans.
But we definitely need to return as soon as possible. That’s because I need to let you get much muddier this next time.
I can help ensure we can be dangerous without getting hurt, but I’m not sure we can get thta muddy without it leaving some stains.