Given her father is a super runner, Kayla had the opportunity to visit Boston for the 114th running of the Boston Marathon. However, the race wasn’t the only attraction here so we had lots to see. First stop was the top of the Prudential Building to get a bird’s eye view of everything. Luckily, Kayla had many handlers so she never tired of getting passed around. Hey, Nana!
On race day, Kayla had a front row seat for all the action!
The day after the race, we toured historical sites of Boston. Since Kayla was more interested in other things, I spent a lot of time watching her outside and staying off my feet while others did the tourist stuff.
We hiked along the Freedom Trail. Kayla was ready to crawl the whole thing but we probably would still be there. I am trying to get her to walk but she isn’t so sure on the one foot in front of the other part yet.
We stopped by Bunker Hill near the end of our tour. Here are the girls with our traveling companions. It was great having them along for the ride in Boston!