On our way home the next day, we stopped at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum!
Ryan really enjoyed all the exhibits that were on his level and he could touch!
Of course, he was REALLY thrilled when we ran across another, even bigger coin roller!
He’s also recently developed a love of fish!
All the boys loved the water works! :D
The funny mirrors! lol
He’s such a ham!
His first time playing Pacman!
And then it was time to get home. It’s nice to be back! The next morning we found out that we are expecting!!! Due sometime early June! We’re excited and terrified at the same time. The morning sickness hasn’t kicked in too much yet, but I’m definitely starting to notice the signs more and more every day. Your prayers are appreciated!
This coin roller kept Ryan happy so much! I wonder how much we spend on that! lol
Grace on the zipline!
While the zipliners sped through the trees, those of us who didn’t go went to the petting zoo again.
Last week we all went to the Kentucky/Ohio area to spend a couple days at the Creation Museum, and spend fun, quality time together as a whole family!
Ryan was captivated by the animatronic dinosaur exhibits!
One of the most fascinating exhibits was, I though, the one on “Lucy”; I really liked this display where they showed how the Lucy bones we have actually work much better on a possibly now-extinct species of small gorilla than a human.
It was so wonderful to be able to walk through a museum and not have to mentally transpose every plaque into a correct worldview!
<3 I love him.
I’m always surprised by how narrow the allosaur’s skull is.
The gardens outside the museum were gorgeous! I’d love to walk around them at the peak of each season just to see how they change!
There was also a petting zoo, and Ryan loved feeding all the different birds!
This is a 7-8 year old miniature Jersey steer. Still very big, but more the size of a shortish normal Jersey cow.
Faith and the Zedonk!
A Zorse and a Zedonk. I’ve seen zedonks before, but, as far as I can remember, I’ve never seen a zorse. They’re a bit bigger, but still beautifully striped!
He’s become such a character! I think this 18-24 month period we’re in with him has been my favorite so far. It’s so fun!
Despite having colds, we had so much fun getting to see new things and spend time together!
Last picture from our first day at the museum!
Catered by the always-delicious Alwans!
Saw this little cutie for the first time in about a month!
The giant inflatable slide was popular with Moose.
Well, at least until he decided there were too many people, and, unless we wanted to hold him the rest of the evening, we really should go.
The puppies have all gone to their new homes now. Kind of sad for those of us who didn’t have to live with and care for the adorable little fluff balls!