Our van has not been drivable for most of the last year. The last time we went to the fast food restaurant that houses this indoor play place, the twins were too young and too tiny to play.
Elisha slid down the slide with Hosanna and she loved it.
Daddy slid down the slide with Zion and he loved it (yes daddy loved it too).
I have no idea what Moses was pointing at.
Hosanna checking out the floor. It was soft and rubbery which was something new for her.
Hosanna attempting to climb.
Hosanna is sad that she is too short to climb up on her own.
Now she is just being goofy.
She was also in a mood to pose for the camera.
She is my only daughter so I can take lots of pictures of her.
Isn’t she adorable? I think so.
Zion and Hosanna exploring. Hosanna climbing the slide.
Zion’s turn to climb the slide.
I loved the strange lighting of this picture. This was Zion and Elisha.
Watching Malachi coming down the slide.
Malachi, Moses, and Zion.
All the boys coming down the slide. Elisha, Moses, Malachi, and Zion. I love the expression on Zion’s face. He is such a cute boy.
Zion climbing the slide again.
Oh no, here comes a brother (Malachi). Look at the grin on Zion’s face.
Zion made it to the bottom. Happy boy. He loves being chased by the big boys.
And here they come… Malachi…
Elisha… and Moses….
While I was gathering the images for this post, I was thinking about a time 5 years ago when this big boy wasn’t so big.
We were at this very same play place and it was very crowded.
And the boys had played themselves out. (We only had 3 boys at that time).
And this big boy in front (the one putting on his shoes) had a melt down. It was time to leave and he didn’t want to.
Instead, he threw himself to the ground like a floppy rag doll. He let his whole body go limp. The world around him stared, but he didn’t even notice.
Can I just tell you how proud I am of this boy? Well, I am.
He has come a long way in the last few years.