This wasn't a very big museum compared to some we've seen around the country, but they did have some really great hands-on exhibits.
The gang built an arch.
Clark and Elinor weren't with us because we'd already dropped them off at the arena.
Cannon was testing out how his arm might move if her were a T-Rex.
Even though there wasn't much to see on Thursday, we just couldn't stay away. We stopped by for a little bit to get a taste of what was to come the next two days.
And it was great fun. It is a roller coaster of emotions with wins and losses and hopes soaring and being dashed!
It is rather exhausting for the little ones. We kind of like that for two days straight we get to just hold her and snuggle her.
It's pretty loud in the stadium, so she didn't sleep very much.
She wasn't very keen on other people holding her, so we were together a lot and my arms are feeling pretty worn out.
Peter really caught on to making the "X" sign with his arms this year.
Hee, hee, hee. Babies in safety glasses are always cute.
Our three teenagers. Bethany has never been an official team member but she has been there for all the big moments and is good friends with several on the team.
Peter made friends with a teenage kid who gave him a dollar. Peter was very impressed!