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Tucson Children's Museum

This magnetic wall would be a simple thing to put up at home (on a smaller scale of course.)  I am seriously thinking about it.  You could then just put magnets on pvc pipe and let the kids build and drop marbles down.

Isabel loved the animal hospital section.

She has decided that she wants to be a veterinarian.

Hazel LOVED these ugly babies.

One hand at her mouth of course and the other patting and poking at the baby while looking around, worried and suspicious that someone was going to take her baby.

Hazel would scream whenever this cute little girl would get anywhere near "Hazel's" baby.

Vacation slash Field Trip

No, I haven't died. Last week we went on a vacation slash field trip with my mom and dad up to Utah. Then this week I have been struggling to get my house cleaned and organized so we did very little school, and now tonight we are going to head to California to visit my family and on Monday go to Disneyland. Here is a summary and a whole lot of pictures from our trip.

When my parents were here in Las Vegas we went to Red Rock and took the Children's Discovery hike. In the desert plants we saw many catapillar nests like this one and at the end of the hike there was a waterfall! A very small desert trickle of one, but nevertheless, A WATERFALL!



First of all, when we got to Utah, it SNOWED. The kids sure thought it was fun, but I was just cold.



We visited Wheeler Farm which was very impressive and FREE! They had goats, cows, horses, chickens, ducks, turkeys, and pigs.  They even had a tree house!






We also went to the planetarium and watched a movie about mummies. Next we went to the Children's museum. I really wouldn't recommend it. It was very overpriced and all it was was a cute little play town. The girls loved it, but Luke was bored.

The kids also had fun having a tea party with their great grandmother Kay!


Here is Sylvia eating Arby's.