Afterwards we headed to a play~performance that was performed with the help of 2 wonderful cousins. Then, lame story time. Stories are great if the storyteller is great. In this case-she wasn't....sad for her. But 1/3 into the story our kids sneaked off and played with the set up toys. I couldn't say anything since Mike did the same thing.
(kids paying attention in the beginning)
But the best part was the end when it was FREE TIME!!!! Our kids played with as much stuff as they could in the last 30 minutes of the field trip. Here are some of my favorite candids-
Ducati refusing to wear this hat for a picture. I can imagine her saying "That's it! No more hats!"
Mike helping out as much as possible.
Mason was not photographed. He was having a freak out that the field trip was ending. So I didn't want of photo of that. (It was too bad though. He's been doing great except he has been having more melt downs and stuff that makes it unpleasant to experience.)
At the end Mike was gathering the castle walls the kids had made so Lily and I waited outside. She played with the trees and flowers in the garden area outside the doors. But when she seen these brushes just her size she pretended they were horses and galloped away saying "Yee-ha". So cute!