The next day we got up early and headed over to the Sundial Bridge and Turtle Bay. So much to do there: animals, museum, aviary, interactive creek and playground. What fun! Later that day Mom and Grandpa Red took all three kids to see The Muppets while Nona taught me the ins and outs of the sewing machine she gave me and we started on a dress for Lucy (more on sewing in the next blog post). We fit a ton of fun with family into one short weekend trip and we can't wait until spring break to do it again.
Lucy and Grandma spreading out the dough.
All three kids spreading out the red sauce. (This was hard to watch. And even harder to clean up.)
On go the toppings.
The kid friendly pizza (the adult one had many more toppings; both pizzas were delicious!).
Perched on a turtle at Turtle Bay. They all are actually saying: "Turtle Bay!"
My mom and the kids on the Sundial Bridge.
Inside the museum looking at an exhibit of the river from the bottom up.
Annabel with the river fish.
It was a special fly fishing weekend, so all the kids tried their hand at casting. (No hook was involved, thank goodness!)
Here's Lucy trying out casting.
There was a Dr. Seuss exhibit, which was very cool but not something we could enjoy with a 3-year-old in tow.