So not true! The Zoo was dead this weekend. Maybe it was the "intense heat and oppressive humidity", I don't know. That could have been it.
Very strange to be able to ride the ponies and have my handsome husband along for the company. He even carried a backpack so I was stroller free with free hands the whole time. That's a weird way for me to experience the Zoo. Two adults and 5 kids, no stroller? Huh?
Thanks, Easter Bunny, for the pony ride tickets. That was a great choice!
It was kind of luxurious. The free hands, no stroller, extra adult thing. I even remembered quarters for goat food...that's how luxurious my brain felt.
We found another rubbing post for our Lincoln Safari books while we were there.
I tell you what, those boys and the trains.
Did I mention the intense heat and oppressive humidity?
We waited a whole train ride so they could be first in line to get the back seat. It's the little things, you know.
Slivers of parenting hope, here. Rugger is such a great big brother.
I love being with my kids all week, and we go and do all over the place. We love meeting our friends, and I'm always up for picking up so-and-so on our way...the more the merrier!
There's something about bringing the daddy along, and not having any extras that just feels good. Love a family weekend!