However, when Momma went to lay him down he told me, "Pete in bathing suit, I swim Momma!" He was right, Pete was in his bathing suit down by the pool when we got home from the museum. We just thought he didn't notice. Well whats a vacation if you don't enjoy a little off the schedule fun? So we skipped nap put on our suites and headed to the pool. It was a great day for the pool, and skipping nap didn't hurt us too bad after all. When we went to dinner that night our little man was the best he has ever been eating out, perhaps he was tired. Either way, Tys and I took advantage and reveled in our first meal out where leaving the table didn't occur once.
After Judy's we loaded up and headed onto Galveston Island, just the three (and 1/2) of us! Galveston to come................
Rylan sat in the car with every child there. First this sweet little girl.
2nd this cute little boy, who loved them as much as Ry.
3rd this baby. Seriously thirty minutes was spent going from car to car.
I love children's museums they always offer great new educational experiences. This one had the best outdoor water section that I have seen. Rylan loved it, and it was hot so water was a good thing.
There were a few animals, the pond was another hit. They had turtles which were fun to watch.
They also had baby chicks which were so cute. But, we couldn't hold them. Rylan kept saying, "I hold it".
Rylan enjoying skipping his nap and swimming with Aunt Judy.
The boys; Pete, Tyson and Rylan pool side.
Rylan loved Skyler. She taught him how to play La Crosse. She is so patient and sweet with him. Maybe having kids 10 years apart isn't a bad idea, what a big help she was.
Rylan learning from the master cook Aunt Judy.