The last time we were there, we were surprised how much we liked the pizza. We hadn't been expecting it to be very good. But it was actually quite tasty. It must have been a fluke, because this time, the pizza was once again what you would expect to get at a kid's pizza place.After we got home, I worked on digging up dandelions in our yard, and the girls rode their bikes and played with sidewalk chalk. An ice cream truck showed up, and I let them each buy a treat. They sure got spoiled yesterday, and I hope it was a fun day for them. Ben and I were both exhausted by the end of the night.
The girls usually never get soda, but have gotten to have rootbeer 3 times in the last week. They absolutely love it, and savor every drop. I hope they don't start expecting to get it all the time now.
play time. They had fun on all the slides, rides, and games. I also want to point out Kiersten's shirt. It is her favorite shirt. She wears it every time it is clean, and cries sometimes if it isn't. I get so tired of her wearing it all the time, so I will put it at the bottom of her drawer, but she has learned to search for it. She calls it her "fwoggy sirt". As tired as I get of her wearing it, I suppose it's kinda cute how much she loves it.
spider stomping game. Kara played this one 3 times.
Kiersten's favorite part of every game was getting the tickets. She even went around checking all the machines, and claiming all the tickets that had been left behind by someone else. She got at least 10 or more that way. Ben helped her win a bunch on this game, and she could hardly contain her excitement at seeing so many tickets coming out at once.
Of course, Kiersten loves the little toddler play area.
I think they ended up with a little under 800 tickets. they both got the exact same prize, pink cotton candy and a pink bracelet. They thought they were each going to get to eat their entire bag of cotton candy in the car on the way home. They were disappointed when I only opened one bag, and limited the amount they got to eat.