We arrived, walked in, grabbed a map and tried to figure out what to do. The kids found a log ride and decided they wanted to go down that first, so after grabbing a bite to eat, that's what they did. Aren and I hung out in the shade. I kept pouring water on him and I poured a little onto his tray for him to splash around in.
We also borrowed a wagon from my sister to help lug around the things we'd need for the day (a cooler with water, the boys' umbrellas for shade, the diaper bag, etc.).
|Biju rode this one by himself - it went completely upside down. The boys wanted to ride this but were too short. After Biju got done, Ajay had decided he didn't want to ride it anymore, but Alex was still begging to go!|
|While we waited for Daddy and Brother to ride that ride, I kept pouring water on the other two. Alex decided to form Alex's hair into a little "mo-hawk."|
|After awhile we found the area with rides geared more towards children. And the boys busted out their umbrella's to help stay cool. It was around 110deg. F. (about 43deg. C.)|
|Aren fell asleep - whew! It was only about a half hour nap, but at least it was a nap.|
|Canoeing, canoeing, la-la-la-la-la!!|
|Not a great picture of me by any means, but here I am - arm sleeves rolled up, water poured all over me, ball cap, red face. (Have I mentioned it was hot?)|
The boys didn't want to stop riding rides, but we were able to lead them into an air-conditioned building for a bathroom break and discovered we were about right on time for a magic show. That was great fun for the boys to see and it gave me a cool, dark place to nurse Aren.