Today, before picking Miranda up from school, I decided I would take Judah to One Mile. He'd already eaten, so I brought my lunch and spread out a big blanket. The weather was perfect- not too hot with a little bit of a breeze and Judah loved watching the kids. Other than a few leaves in the mouth and some dirt on his knees it seemed like the perfect afternoon at One Mile.
Let me remind you (and for those of you that don't already know) I was a lifeguard at One Mile. For some reason, that place attracts some pretty weird people. I've seen a lot of interesting things: fat ladies in thong bikinis, old nasty guys looking for dates, but today seemed pretty normal. There were A LOT of kids and babies, which Judah loves to look at.
Nothing prepared me for what was about to happen. As we were sitting on our blanket, minding our own business, two ladies w/ their sons walked by. One was about my age and one a little older. The sat down a little behind us and to our right. I heard them asking their sons if they wanted to get changed. I glanced back and saw that each lady was holding her bikini. I assumed they were going to go change in the bathroom.
As if seeing these big ladies with rolls and stretch marks in teeny, tiny bikinis wasn't enough. They decided to change into their bikinis right then and there. Yes, no joke. They put their tops on underneath their shirts and I was wondering how they were going to put on their bottoms. Well, I won't go into detail. Trust me, YOU DO NOT WANT DETAIL!
I looked around seeing if anyone else saw what was going on. Either they didn't or they did and were pretending they didn't. Isn't that illegal?
Well, Judah definitely had an adventure. Fortunately he's only a baby and was completely oblivious to this whole situation. So, beware of one mile!!
But, after this scary situation I let Judah put his feet in and he loved it! He was trying to wiggle out of my arms and jump completely in. I'll have to take him swimming again very soon!