Monday, March 31, 2008
Sunday, March 30, 2008
The Banet family outside of the Aquarium. Libby with her Uncle Philip and her Bunny, "Hare Club". This fluffy bunny got his name because he shed so badly throughout our trip.
Daddy & Libby getting ready to go into the dolphin show.
When does Libby not have food or drink her her mouth?
The girls pressed their noses against the glass to see the "fish". I love this one since it shows their height difference so well. Libby's vocabulary exploded this weekend. She began putting together 4 and 5 words at a time. "Momma, I want more"...."Daddy, I go pee-pee, now"...to name a few. I think being around her big cousin made her see how to communicate a little bit better.
Before we went, Gary & I were asking them if this place was as good as the Irish Rover or the Irish Lion, two yummy restaurants--one in Louisville, one in Bloomington. We laughed so hard when they said it was not as good as either of them...and that it was "worse" Irish restaurant that they had been to. Why, then, did they want to take us there for dinner? After all of the hype, it was good. Libby loved her mashed taters and onion rings.
Libby & her own Cherry Blossom.
Aside from being the Cherry Blossom Day, it was the 42nd annual kite day. In the mall area, there were hundreds of people flying kites! It was so pretty. We were cracking up at them all getting their strings tied up! Libby went right for the Nemo kite.
Libby & her Uncle Philip at the Lincoln.
At lunch, the girls found a fountain to pose next to.
Libby & Lucia were great! I am not going to bore you all with all of the other monument pictures, but it was so nice to go with someone who has been a lot and could hit the highlights. There were a lot of moving monuments--including a new one dedicated to the nurses of war. We headed out with a very eventful ride home in time for a short nap before dinner.
Sunday, March 23, 2008
Check out her "Easter Egg Hunting Champ" bib. Yummy mac-n-cheese.
Libby & Kee-Kee.
Nonna & Pop told Libby that the Easter Bunny came and hid eggs in the house. She was off and running to find the candy and cash filled eggs. Here's one, Momma, behind the cat!I found another one next to the clock!
The Banet family's Easter photo. Look hard and see the snow falling behind us!
Nonna, Pop and Libby pose next to the pretty pansies.
Testing out the new 'brella.