Thursday, June 28, 2012

KY and TN Trip #3

6/20-Went to the Adventure Science Center in Nashville.  It was great!  The kids loved the rockets, bridge building and human body puzzle the most of all.  We followed this with a "naptime air-conditioned car tour" of Nashville for Matt and me while the kiddos slept.  My cousin, Carson, came by to say hello and we all cooked pie iron dinners (and dessert)!
A little math in the morning

On the cusp of crawling...oh so close

Love the Miss Frizzle face

Walking on a piano

Matt playing with the Google Earth display- he found our house by spinning and tipping the screen.  This is the future, my friends!

Pop bottle rockets

How many engineers does it take....

Building a house while the parents constructed a bridge...for like, an hour

Matias mastered the human body puzzle...favorite new word is "duodenum"

Violet destroyed Matias at mindball

I love me some napping kids!

And some cool treats!
Downtown Nashville
The Parthenon.  Matias enjoyed this because the real one is on his Amazing Places Map.

Janet packed that car like a Tetris game.  It was humbling to behold.

Giggling children in the trailer

The nice site setup we had
6/21-The Freybergs packed up the car and we all ended our time together at the Wave Country wave pool.  The kids loved the wave pool, "mushroom" pool and the great kid's tube slide.  They must have gone down 30 times each.  We said goodbye, and then we headed back to the campground for a perfect last night- we ate spaghetti, watched the sunset on the beach (the kids swam in their clothes...can't keep those kids out of the water), roasted S'mores, played with the fire and glow sticks in the dark.  What a great vacation! (We will conveniently forget the realllllly long drive home the next day and end here)

The water is magnetic

Happy baby...sunburned Mommy

So beautiful

She is always running somewhere...

How tall is everyone?  

Nice view

Our little mermaid

Instruction on the perfect can't start too young


We bought this wood from 98 year old Mr Smith who had lived here all his life.  We spent three nights trying to burn through the big finally split in two about 9:30 on the last night.

Glow sticks!


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