This week was dedicated to doing fun things with the kids. On this day we went to the aquarium. I didn’t take many pictures, to which at first I was disappointed at how unprepared I was, but then I thought – screw it! I had a great time!
Logan’s Aunt and Uncle got him a stuffed penguin his last visit to the Aquarium, he calls “Slidey.” Slidey was reunited with his cousins today!
Madelyn had a great time too! She loved the fact that the animals were moving and reacting to the children watching. It was a joy seeing the smile on her face!
She especially liked when the penguins shook their buts after a nice swim.
What a great time!
“Nom Nom Nom!”
“It’s booty time!”
“Look here’s your friend. Slidey!”
Madelyn’s only word here was, “Whoa!”
“You’re swimming too fast!”
Like I said, I didn’t take many pictures this time. We got to see everything from tropical fish to the sharks feeding! The sharks were a bit overwhelming for the kids – but they were still amazed at their size.
Until the next booty shaking adventure…
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