The snow started to come down in the afternoon. Mommy took Breighton and me outside to catch snowflakes on our tongues.
I played along for a while and then found some mud to play in and got filthy and cold.
By the time Mommy got me all cleaned up this is what outside looked like!
Bedtime and fun in the snow tomorrow.
Sadly, I never got to play in the snow. I woke up early coughing and then start to throw up. Mommy few me a little food after the coughing calmed down. I thew up again. Mommy then changed me out of the dirty clothing and tucked me into bed where I threw up again but in a little pan Grandma Susie had given me. I am a good patient and followed all the sick kid rules. . I took a 2 hour nap and woke like nothing every happened! I downed 8oz of Pedialyte and some saltine crackers. I was back to my normal giggly self.
I had a great time chasing Breighton all around the museum. I really enjoyed the Sesame Street Planetarium show.
They had an entire room for TRAINS! I even found a Thomas! It was really neat because each area was set up for a different season in the train setup. It also switched from day to night.
Breighton was very patient in teaching me how to make complete circuits.
There were DRUMS! I love drums.
From the ground floor you could launch rockets and tennis balls. We had a blast running up ad down all the slopes.
Helping Breighton make a huge bug.
Rolling my eyes are Breighton acting like a goof.
I liked all the robots they had on display. This one kept talking!!!
After the museum we went to the USS Requin and wondered around inside for a while.
I loved crawling through all the little doors.
I even found a dinosaur!
It is super cold up here! BRRRRR! We did get out to go to “Plant a Seed to Read” at Riverside Gardens. The mayor of Youngstown read the story in the room we picked. He did a grand job!
I sat very still and listened and laughed.
I loved the wagon ride though the woods at the Maple Sugar Festival. I was frozen like a popsicle.
I saw lots of buckets on trees.
It just made me want maple syrup!
I had an awesome time at Granma’s Huggin Farm. I could have snuggled the rabbits all day.
The turkey cracked me up. His gobble was spooky and funny at the same time.
I loved the baby chicks. I kept telling the chicks that someday they would be big turtles. Mom asked me why I thought it would turn into a turtle. I looked at Mommy and day no turtles… TURKEYS! Not really but I can hope.
Feeling the lambs ear leaf. It was so soft!
Spring onions! I was a bit goofy again. I pulled mine up, covered my ears and screamed MANDRAKE! (Happy Potter joke). I crack me up!
There were flowers all over the bridge. I kept taking handfuls and tossing them at Mommy and then hugging her.
Georgia (the mama) and Savannah (her calf). Savannah was 2.5 weeks old.
Checking out the animals as we drove past.
A pretty cool tortoise just kind of sat there. I wanted to know why it wasn’t swimming.
Riding the “phony pony”. I think I need one of these in my bedroom!
On the way home we stopped off at Dinosaur World. I ran the entire way. Mommy can’t believe the amount of energy I had all day!
Feeding the koi. Here fishy fishy!
We enjoyed a morning at Great Explorations and then at Sunken Gardens. I got very impatient waiting in line at Breighton’s Vet Shop. My rainbow fish was VERY sick and since Woofie loves rainbows it was top priority that my rainbow fish was seen by the doctor! Do you understand?!
After a daunting experience at the vets office I was off to shop for cat food, ice cream and raisins at the pretend grocery store.
I loved watching B play the harp.
This green screen stuff really fascinated me. I wish Mommy took a picture of me pretending I fell in the water and Brieghton helped me back in with the paddle. I was outright goofy!
Mommy said I had my silly pants on all day. At the mini health clinic I found it super funny to doctor up the patients then spin the wheel and crash them to the floor. Mommy said I will likely never get my medical license if I treat people this way.
Mommy convinced me I needed an x-ray to check to see if i had too many silly bones.