In December, Joy and I got together to take Ian to Nashville for his first visit to Ice. Joy lives for these types of outings. This was actually her second trip last year to Opryland for the ice exhibit.
We began by suiting up in the heavy blue jackets provided with a ticket purchase. Ian expressed some skepticism over having a second heavy coat fastened around his first. With his lined pants, two sweaters, and two coats, Ian found movement extremely limited. In his case, this is a very, very good thing.
Joy always documents her outings, which I owe her big for! I’m totally stealing all of her pictures for this post.
Ian’s topple brought on the rare occasion of Ian requesting to be carried. He’s too busy with too much independence to have time for mom’s hugs and snuggles anymore, but every now and then he’ll ask to be held and snuggle in close.
After our icey adventure, we ended our day with dinner at our mutually favored establishment: Logan’s. Joy and I love the wings and skins; Ian loves the dinner rolls. Comfortable ending to an exciting day.