What a beautiful weekend! This Saturday, Zach and Paul went on a hike near the Golden Gate Bridge while I was at softball practice. A little bird told me Zach was flirting with a bunch of girls while Paul was taking pictures of Zachary on his hike!
Last night, our two friends Troy and Richard invited Paul, Zachary and me over to their house for a fun night! We had a really great time. Troy and Richard are in the final stages of adopting a child and we are really hoping the child they adopt is around Zach's age. It would be great to have another couple like Paul and I that has a child - our fingers are crossed!
So once we got to Troy and Richards we went to a cool rec. room that had a basketball court, ping pong table, shuffle board, pool and a rock climbing wall. It was a blast. We played everything except for the rock climbing, which you have to take a class in order to climb it - it was massive! Zach and I were dressed in matching outfits - very 1940s al la Crawford! LOL!
After burning off a ton of energy, we headed back to Troy and Richard's to make some mini pizzas for dinner! Zach loved making his own mini pizza and throwing it in the oven - I think he was thinking ahead and knew that after the pizza we were going to make sundaes! The sundae making was even more fun for all of us - I cannot remember the last time I made a hot fudge sundae. Zach said it was the best sundae he had ever had.
Zach had a blast. He really is the best-behaved kid he is so good and was so polite and well mannered. It's nice to play a part in a child's life that is well behaved, smart, beautiful - I just love this kid to pieces. He impressed both Troy and Richard and seeing them with Zach I know they will make great fathers someday:-) Gay couple make great "dads" and I really challenge all the "nay sayers" that think two men cannot be good role models or good influences on a child. Paul and I both come from homes where we didn't have our fathers present. I think it plays a huge part in our involvement with Zach. I just wish he would stop growing so fast - 4 years old is a great age:-)
Above: This is probably on of the best pictures I have ever taken. Zach and Richard playing Star Wars. I love how this picture came out.