Minnie mouse waved to Elora. She was a bit star struck.
William's favorite part of the show was the blue snow cone. He was captivated by the Cars portion. I must say that I was as well. There were actual cars driving around the ice in formation.
This is from the Toy Story 3 section. Mrs. Potato Head lost all her pieces after being played with too roughly in the day care.
Mickey himself waving hello. And thank you Grandma for springing for some amazing, rink side seats!
The final wave good bye.
William with his light up sword. He now wears it around the house tucked into the back of his shirt. He sleeps with it at night.
Daddy and his little princess!
Elora is old enough to ride the animals that move. I will admit that I'm proud of myself for handling three children on the carousel by myself. At the same time, I grateful for the man who helped her down when it was over so I could tend to the other two.
Lockelan was not particularly amused. William, on the other hand, had a blast, not that you can tell from the picture. This is one of his favorite activities at the museum.
William has started to take a larger interest in the visual exhibits. He wanted to stop and observe a number of things.
This is the human kaleidoscope. I enjoy playing around with my camera here. This is with the flash on.
And the flash off.
They discovered the game area on their own. I briefly showed the controls to William and he made it through level 1-1 of Super Mario Brothers. Perhaps he will take after his father.
Elora played Pac-Man. She didn't do that bad herself.
The toddler/preschool area is closed for revamping. I miss the fantastic water table there. Instead we visited the water table for older children. Lockelan was barely able to reach over it but he enjoyed it nonetheless. And in true Lockelan fashion, his hands developed a rash from the high chlorine levels in the water.
This is another part of the water table. William enjoyed inserting plastic piece into various frames to see how it would affect the water flow.