Water exhibit in the tot zone--I knew it would be a favorite. Other parents kept looking at the front of Caroline and informing me that she was "soaked" and I'd always confidently respond "Oh, I know, I brought extra clothes for both kids, it's okay" and smile. So, after I wrung the water out of her shirt and took her to the bathroom to change her diaper, I brought her back and dug through my backpack for dry clothes. Hmmmm...it seems my day-cooler leaked all it's melted ice and the "dry clothes" were even more wet than the wet clothes. Oops. Grandma took the driest of the wet clothes to the hand dryer and dried them for Miss Caroline : ) Thanks, Grandma!
The music room. Both kids enjoyed making a joyful cacophony.
Grandma was the best at making the pot lids make their loudest noises, though : )
And I finally put the camera away and just enjoyed the rest of the day. Including the part where I had to chase Ezra out of the dinosaur exhibit building and bring him back to look at the dinosaurs. I should have cut his fingernails before entering that room--but he was glad to have such a good hold on my shoulder :)
I could never have survived by myself at the PSC, so thank you so much for coming, Grandma Tractor. Every time Ezra had to go "to the to-let" right now, I was able to drop everything and run there with him and not worry about Caroline and our stroller. Only two more places left to visit on our City Pass now.
Now I'm off to watch the snow fall and practice verses with Ezra for the Sunday School treat tomorrow. This is his first appearance in such an event and we're all a little nervous around here! Let the games begin...