July 29 2014 12:00 AM

You're never too young to enjoy San Diego's biggest weekend

Kayla3  and her father William Miyamoto
A tiny Predator. Kayla, 3, and her father William Miyamoto.
Photos by Susan Myrland

Lights. Bright colors. Sound. Movement. And to top it off, a comfy Supergirl onesie with matching necklace.

What more could you want at an early developmental stage?

Comic-Con is full of happy babies. They're cruising the Gaslamp District, showing off their cosplay, watching video games or getting a quick snack in the Convention Center's lone nursing room. They are the event's littlest attendees, yet they have the stamina of pros-up to a point.

Sit back and enjoy the cuteness. 

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Calendar

  • Debunk some of the stereotypes surrounding cannibalism at this new exhibition that takes a hands-on approach to the subject. Includes video games and interactive activities where patrons will have to decide...
  • The first in a new series of spoken word showcases that aim to give voices to writers of color. Speakers include Carlos Kelly, Lizz Huerta, Paul Lopez, and more. Takes place at 2186 Logan Ave. in Barrio...
  • A food festival and fundraiser highlighting over a dozen restaurants, breweries and distilleries located exclusively in Oceanside and benefitting local non-profit organizations
  • A new treehouse-inspired installation from local artist Wes Sam-Bruce. The interactive piece features many rooms and passageways, and is accompanied by an original soundscape by composer Joel P. West
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