The kid out for an evening paddle.
Watching the kid, and two of his friends, sit still for five minutes to watch a sunset in Minecraft. Would never happen in real life.
Rowan competed in his first snowboard competition. He got silver in Slalom and Giant Slalom.
The kid getting air last Sunday.
Picture of the kid from last month.
The kid built his first Mindstorm robot. He has a lot more work to do before next month’s STEM fair.
Enjoying the view.
The rain finally stopped. Hopefully the match will be over before the next wave of showers.
From All Star baseball to PGA Junior League. Busy Saturday in the rain.
Rowan is stoked to be in his first All Star game.
I played hooky from work afternoon. I should feel guilty but I don’t.
Our local hill received a surprised 6-7 inches of new snow overnight. I feel a little guilty for not letting Rowan skip the first half of school this morning so he could ride the fresh powder, but at the time, he didn’t ask to skip school so he’s loss.
If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to checkout the new Rowan T website. I moved it to Jekyll, updated it with a new site template, and I’ve starting sharing more about what’s going on with Rowan…after a two and a half year hiatus. So pop over to www.rowanturner.net and see what the kid has been up to lately.
A big congratulations to Rowan, aka the kid, for graduating from pre-school. He’s been at Run-a-Muck for three and a half years. Seems strange that he’s done - though officially his last day is tomorrow. I’m very proud of the kid.
Rowan has gone to at least one Yankee game a year at Yankee Stadium since he was born in March 2008. The only year he missed was 2009 when the new stadium opened. And yes, he attended a game - though he slept through most of it - at the old Yankee Stadium.
Rowan has recently been sleeping later into the mornings. This is great because Melanie and I both prefer sleeping in as well. I remember when Rowan first started sleeping through the night. He would wake up at 5:30 in the morning to start his day. I used to say, if only he would sleep until 6 am. And of course he did start sleeping until 6 am over time. When that happened, I starter saying, if only he would sleep until 6:30 am. As he slept later, I continued saying to myself, sleep until 7 am. Then it was 7:30 am. Then 8 am.
Hey! What’s going on here? A new blog post after more than a year and a half?
Today it occurred to me that I never mentioned the arrival of my new son, Rowan Andrew Turner. It slipped my mind because I have been blogging over at the Rowan T site. But that’s no reason not to mention his arrive here. So Rowan, aka Baby T, is here! And he is a bundle of joy. You can read more about Rowan, see pictures, etc, at his blog site http://RowanTurner.net.