I grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana in the 1950s and it was like a unique world from the New Orleans of as we speak. There was an almost magical quality to town. Just give it some thought. We had Audubon Park, Pontchartrain Beach, Mardi Gras, Canal Street, the French Quarter and the Tulane Sugar Bowl Stadium. And you could get to all of them for less than 7 cents and a switch on the Streetcar. There were dances each Thursday through Saturday night and the music from the native artists was the perfect. If you needed to breathe recent air or do some fishing, the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain and the Mississippi Gulf Coast have been only a short drive away.
Play with him outdoors, however don’t overwhelm him, then take him for a ultimate stroll about 11 pm earlier than you go to bed. Do this even … Read more