On one of D’s work weekends, I felt like it would be a good day to head to the coast just for kicks. It had been a while since we had seen the ocean and I wanted to make the most of living in San Diego.
One of my favorite things to do is check out street fairs and farmer’s markets since San Diego is pretty walkable year round. If you haven’t checked out your local farmer’s market or want to see a new one on your day off, the San Diego Farmer’s Bureau website is a great resource for finding one. It’s unbelievable how many more locations have been added to the list throughout the last four years. Shopping local can be pricey, but if you want a special treat, supporting small business is such a great way to give back to your community and treat yourself. If you happen to have a EBT card, many farmer’s markets accept them and even give special deals to card holders! I don’t have one so I don’t know all the details about it, but I noticed it on some of the locations listed at the SDFB website.
Since D’s work weekend is on a Tuesday so we decided to check out the Pacific Beach Farmer’s Market and walk the pier afterwards.
I didn’t check my weather app for rain percentages and we got caught in a light shower. I was totally unprepared but I gave my hat to HM since I felt bad we forgot a jacket for him.
Both boys were determined to walk to the end of the pier anyway.
Apparently, I was static-y or negatively charged or something while it was raining on the pier so my hair started to stand up.
Baby HC’s hair was standing up too to a lesser degree.
We spoke to some tourists who’s hair was also standing up, and we couldn’t figure out why it happened. Thought it was interesting day at the pier and wanted to share.
Also, if you’re interested in babywearing or the specific carrier I have, I highly recommend checking out the LAST EVER Ring Sling Tips and Trouble Shooting Class at Wonderful and Wild in Hilcrest this Saturday. Wonderful and Wild is the store where I bought my olive green silver ring Sakura Bloom at after taking the baby wearing 101 class with Briana. They’re unfortunately closing their doors in April so be sure to check them out before they transition to an online shop only! Briana is a wonderful wealth of knowledge and I am so sad to see her brick and mortar store go.