Our Heartspun Homeschool

Our Heartspun Homeschool

Monday, July 18, 2016

Road Trip- Final Stop

Before we headed home we decided to stay an extra day in Kansas City and spend time with Jeff's brother and his family. His brother took the day off work and we all went to the aquarium and out to lunch. That evening the kids played and played and played..outside in the pool and inside the house. We had a yummy Mexican dinner made by my BIL and SIL and Jeff's mom brought over some yummy desserts. We made sure to take some family pictures before we headed to bed since we only all get together about once a year. The aquarium pictures aren't great because they didn't allow me to use the flash. Enjoy the pictures!!

Our official Aquarium pictures.



Stamping their books- they had 8 different spots to stamp them and earned a "prize" at the end.

Waiting for the water to come out of the rocks.


Touching starfish



He loved this.



Waiting for the water to come out.

So excited when the water came out- he came out all blurry he was so excited.

Mommy did you see that??


They loved going in the bubbles to get their pictures taken.

The creepy octupus


Finally got a smile out of my nephew.

Miss M with a couple of my kiddos.

Cuties.


My hubby and his brother with all the kiddos.

Making their own fish on the computers.

He LOVES Lego's & Star Wars.

Little brother wanted his picture with R2D2

At the railroad restaurant- they deliver your food by toy train. It was pretty cool.

Waiting for our food.

Here comes part of our order.

That wasn't ours

Here is some more.

It drops it then lowers it down to the table. The waiter brings the drinks but the train brings everything else.

More Lego guys.

Pool time. One kiddo was still napping.



Playing some ball with Grandad.

The whole gang- even the dog needed to be in the picture.

Grandad & Grandmother with all the grandkids.

The boys.

The gals.

All the kiddos.

1 comment:

Patricia Dunn said...

What a fun day y'all had at Crown Center! So good to see the pictures. Love you all.