Thursday, January 14, 2016

Giant Animals, Little Boy

Baby Ben has been experimenting with our cold weather.  When he came back inside this morning he held up his hands and said, "Too hot."
Too hot it was not, but he knew it was too-something.
I have a favorite measuring cup, one I'm sure is older than a few of my children.  Baby Ben loves it.
A few flakes of snow began falling as we left for the Bean Museum.  Baby Ben was enchanted.  "Rain?"  He wasn't sure what was happening.
Baby Ben pointed to Shasta and said, "Tiger!"  Close enough.  Papa Ben and I love to tell that we both saw Shasta when she was alive  She was a favorite exhibit of mine when I was a little girl.
When he saw the tiger, he said, "Tiger!"  Yes!

Baby Ben saw the elephant and said, "WOW!"  Then he proceeded to run around and around its base.
We spent the most time at this exhibit.  It was hilarious and might be my new favorite at the Bean.
Ben had fun racing through the tunnel, too.
This kid can climb anything.
While Ben enjoyed being at the museum, and he was curious about the animals, mostly he loved running.  He has one speed, and this is it.
He was a little concerned about the alligator. Notice how closely he is holding Papa.
If science museums are a place to learn and be curious, this exhibit should win a prize.
Ben shouted a loud "What's that?" as he ran by the last collection.

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