(originally posted on my other blog 3-15-07)
We went to a museum and park in the next town over and were allowed a special visit inside the tiny log cabin from the 1860's. Most of the time, people are allowed only to the wire door...they can see in through the wire. The museum director met the Lambies and found out that we were learning about Westward Expansion, and allowed us into the cabin! The fireplace was the most interesting. It was made of adobe brick, and we could see the grass and twigs sticking out!
Then we played at the playground. I got many good pictures, but I love this one of Polly and jack. They are 5.5 and 5 years old and often play together.
We went to the zoo last weekend. My Honey and his friend were demolishing yards and yards of concrete at the friend's home, and we didn't want the children shut up in the house all day, so off to the zoo! (I really don't know how you Ladies in the snowy states handle the winter...we have to get outside!) I had my eight Lambies and our friend's three, ages 4, 2, and 6 months all by myself! Our friend's wife is a nurse and works three or four days a week. Here's a picture of all of the Lambies except my friends baby. He was asleep in the stroller:
I have taken a picture of the Lambies by the flamingos every time we go to the zoo, so it's like a little timeline of them growing!
Next week is our special, secret trip. The Lambies know something is up, but they do not know yet what it is. I love spring and all the activities that go along with it!!