Thursday, November 22, 2012

Oodles and Noodles of Fun

I told you about the pumpkin(less) pumpkin patch we visited, but I regrettably failed to tell our family about the other exciting adventures we had during Fall Break.

Prior to the pumpkin(less) patch, I took Henry and Sam to the Donut Shop for breakfast. It's really no surprise that the sprinkles were their favorite donut part...interesting how both gobbled up the icing and orange and white sprinkles, and then left the bottom half of the donut for later...or never.

We also ran into our good friend, Kyle E., at the donut shop. I invited Kyle to join us for breakfast. Poor...make that BRAVE, Kyle...I'm sure he hasn't experienced a breakfast quite like that. Or one quite as sticky.

On the way home from Perkins, America, Henry spotted a giant pile of, of course, we HAD to stop and jump in them.

And after the leaves, I surprised them with a trip to the Oklahoma Wondertorium. It had been months since we were last at the Wondertorium, so it was as though everything was brand new. Henry was particularly interested in the groceries. That's my growing boy!

And, Sam...well, he was (and always is) all about milk. Our Sam won't even drink fruit juices. He's too much a fan of cow juice.

And then there were marbles. Little round balls that fit perfectly in little round mouths.

And the tree house
Sam is such a smarty pants. He isn't quite tall enough to climb the oversized steps of the tree house yet, so he spotted a giant block from across the room and improvised.
I'm not sure what this contraption is called (think enormous pinball machine), but it entertained the boys for a good 20 minutes.
And then Henry, with food still on his mind, made us sushi for lunch.
After our tummies were nice and full, there was more exploring to be done. What a fun day! If you haven't been to the Wondertorium yet, GO!

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