Jonathan waited several minutes for his turn at the cheetah board. I would say patiently, but that would be a lie. He's so cute though.
Casey didn't want to wait for me to take his picture. I think he will take after me as a teenager. (deep breath).
We went back to the science center. It's been a while. Long enough for me to have forgotten why we let the passes expire. Crowds of rude field trip and camp kids, activities that my boys are not *quite* tall enough and not *quite* old enough to participate in and not nearly enough air conditioning. But they enjoy it, and that's what counts.
Stephen thought the animated T-Rex was pretty awesome. Jonathan and Casey hid behind me and trembled. Later they told Daddy how brave they were in the dinosaur room.
The diabetes exhibit where the floor turns in different directions. This is where I started to feel queasy. Thought maybe, possibly could I be pregnant??? No. Food poisoning. Not nearly as fun or exciting. Quite possibly just as messy.
And we always end up playing with the train tracks. Just like the ones we have at home. It's just as well though, by this point I could tell my insides were turning on me.
I spent many hours on the couch recovering and crocheting. This is my new pattern. I'm quite proud of it. I'm pretty sure you love it too.
We went to the mall when I started to feel human again. The boys got into a roaring contest with the other kids. Heehee. Our mall just got an H&M. Dangerous.
I lost five pounds with the food poisoning. These bad boys pretty much brought me back up to speed. They taste JUST LIKE CINNAMON BUNS. Oh my.
We had friends over for the fourth. Jonathan met his match in little Ali, he's not used to being challenged and it was fun to watch.
And then we went to the movies. But you already knew that.