Yesterday, Kenny, Luke and I met Christina, Becca and Reece at the Children’s Museum. We had never been there before. It’s out in Indian Springs (on the way to the airport). One of the ladies who worked there said that they were joining with Wonderscope and would only be open for another few months. Then in 3 years they were going to open a new facility, although they’re not sure where yet.
Becca and Kenny
Becca, Luke, Kenny, Reece
While we were at the Children’s Museum my dad called. He had taken the day off and wanted to take Kenny to a movie. The last movie my dad saw in a movie theatre was Honey, I Shrunk the Kids which was maybe 20 years ago. I dropped Kenny off at my parents’ house on our way home and my dad and Kenny headed off to Wall-E. I guess they watched about 30 minutes of the movie but it was fuzzy so they went to the next showing of it and started all over again. Kenny had a lot of fun and came home with a Wall-E watch that the movie theatre was giving out.
Around 6 we headed to the Lenexa BBQ where my brother Billy and his friends (group name: Ribs For Her Pleasure) were bar-b-queing. It was hot but it wasn’t horrible with all of tents/canopies that they had up. Kenny was fascinated more with the tents then the food. He loves tents after his camping trip.
Eric and Billy
Our friends, Tony and Kristina, met us up there to eat the food and drink some beer.
The food was SO good, especially the sausage. Luke ate almost the entire time we was there. I don’t think his weight will be in the 25th percentile next time we go to Dr. Miller’s – he’s been a little piggy lately.
We left shortly after this picture. Luke had had enough and was ready to go.