Taking my grandon outside

My grandson will turn two-years-old in November.

I watch him five days per week for a few hours in the afternoons.

His favorite thing to do is run around outside. He is delighted to explore the yard and discover new things. He picks up sticks, pulls on tree roots, picks flowers and digs in the dirt. I am always delighted when the weather in Plano cooperates. It’s so good for my grandson to breathe fresh air, soak up vitamin D and exercise his legs. He’s learning to navigate inclines, declines and uneven terrain. He’s becoming aware of the dangers of prickly vines, poisonous berries and the road. Unfortunately, the conditions in Plano, Texas, often make outdoor play difficult or impossible. During the winter, we might only get one or two inches of snow but the temperature regularly drops into the thirties. There is hope that conditions warm up enough in the afternoon that I can bundle my grandson in a thick coat, hat and boots and take him outside. The spring season brings a great deal of rain. When my grandson notices that it’s raining, he cries. The summers are difficult because of the intensive heat and humidity. I am always worried about sunburn and keeping a sunhat on my grandson is a challenge. Plus, he gets ver pink-cheeked and sweaty. The fall is probably the best time of year in Plano. We enjoy plenty of sunshine without temperature soaring above ninety. I like to take my grandson to Arbor Hills Nature Preserve and Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve. There are lots of trails, plenty of grass, beautiful lakes and all sorts of birds and wildlife to keep him entertained.

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