Take longer stroller walks to change the scenery and get a little exercise. Explore shady paths, cute shopping districts, hilly neighborhoods, wherever!
Even light industrial areas — like near my house — have noises and sights that might appeal to babies (but beware toxic smells and enormous trucks!). This little one is checking out the view from a street car.
Try to get a photo op in front of somewhere decidedly “mature”. There are some prostitutes that usually work near my house, but I haven’t gotten them to pose for a picture. Luckily, I also live within a mile of 2 junkyards, 2 tattoo parlors, and the railroad.
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