Our original plan was to go to Nashville, possibly Memphis. But between the weather and the distance, we decided to return to Indianapolis, largely because of our previous visit to the Children's Museum.
The morning went smoothly, though Corbin did have some struggles at breakfast time. We arrived at the Museum around 10:30. The place was bustling with school kids. We headed to the top and working our way down, hopefully, avoiding some of the crowds. Jeremy and Corbin kept themselves busy in the ScienceWorks exhibit.
After a so-so lunch (for a good food court look at the Georgia Aquarium), Tina and I decided to split up the boys - they were having problems keeping it together. That worked out for everyone, though, at one point Jeremy did run away from me - he kept running up the spiral ramp. When I caught up with him, I could tell by the look on his face he knew that he did something wrong.
Jeremy had fun in the All Aboard exhibit. Running in and out of the Tool Car and watching the model trains go around the track. Corbin and Tina checked out the What If...? exhibit, where Corbin discovered an Egyptian tomb with secret passages.
The day ended with a visit to the Dinosphere. Corbin and Jeremy had fun digging for bones and hiding in the cave during the rain storm (which Corbin believed was real rain and told me to hide the papers I had). Jeremy got to see his beloved T.rex 'attacking' a Triceratops.
Five hours later and a visit to the gift shop later, we were done. We took some pictures outside - Corbin didn't play along though. A good day for all. The boys had a great time and didn't really want to leave. Back in the pool and time to feast on junk food. You have to love vacations.
Posted by Adam