Sunday, January 11, 2015

New Year's

I decided to live a little and bring everyone but Josh and the baby to Noon Year's Eve. We wanted to go back to Science City anyway (due to the hour and a half run through that we did after the Train Tour)!  We went over about one and got there a little after my sister-in-law who also brought her three kids alone.  So, there were two of us and eight kids.  My kids are older, so they usually take at least one of their cousins under their wing and go.  Cecilia picked Tony and it was adorable listening to my little girl trying to boss around her 2-year-old cousin!  Bwahaha!  Kira and Emma took care of Lexi and Leah.  We made stuff, took pictures, played, enjoyed a lot of Twinkies and fruit snacks (they provided those free).  We loved the Celebration in our Mouth snack!  It gave us a break from the other stuff!  We really liked the science experiments!  We were super excited about the balloon drop, so we danced on the crazy busy dance floor until we made our way to where the balloons would drop.  We were in a little tiny space and I was scared about losing my kiddos, but we made it through and they each got at least one balloon.  We even got a couple of extras to bring home!  I love that we got to celebrate New Year's Eve together, even if it was six hours early!  We went home and I stayed up with Scott watching something on Netflix.  We didn't know it was close to midnight when we heard fireworks go off.  Oh!  It's New Year's!  We finished our show and went to bed.
Two days later, I had to go to work.  We had a work day.  I got a new bulletin board made and printed stuff.
 The girls and their locks of love

 Her twinkie
 Miss Kansas City
 3-d printing
 They loved trying to catch the cloud!

 Making fun glasses

 Digging for Dinosaurs

 Making clay time capsules with a resolution in it.
 Waiting for the science experiment.  It was pretty cool!
 They all got horns.  Thankfully most of them didn't make it home.
 The white chocolate cover strawberry with pop rocks on it.  Yum!
 In the midst of the huge crowd
 This was part of the huge crowd
 The balloons slowly coming down.
 Lots of balloons!

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