Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Fun with Noah

Things are pretty slow around here as far as amusing, or even slightly interesting things to blog about (I stopped laughing about the potty training thing MONTHS ago) so I went back a few weeks for this post. I can't believe that I forgot to post pictures from the field trip to the earth science museum with Noah's pre-school class. As you can tell, it was very educational.

I think this was the only time I have ever seen Noah stunned into motionless silence. He didn't move a muscle or make a sound while that snake was in front of him. I'm thinking that I might get one for the house.

He loved pretending that the T-Rex was eating him.
He called this one "mommy jaguar" but kept asking me "Where is baby jaguar?"

I can't believe how old my little boy looks in this picture. In spite of his clear reluctance to give up diapers, he's not a baby anymore.

We really had a good time with all of the stuffed animals and dinosaur skeletons. Next week we are going to a trampoline place and I have a hunch that Noah is going to go wild. Hopefully there will be no broken bones.

5 comments:

Danielle Christiansen said...

he is so cute!!!!!

Myrn said...

That looks like a really fun place to take the kids !! I'm not familiar with this place; Is that at BYU ?

AprilC said...

Julie, he is just so cute....

Julie said...

It is at BYU - it's actually two different places right by each other. The Bean Museum has all of the "stuffed" animals and the dinosaurs are at the Earth Science Museum by the stadium. We go to the Bean Museum regularly with the boys, but I attended BYU for 5 years and worked there for another 10 and never knew the Dinosaurs were there until this field trip. Noah LOVED it.

Julie said...

It is at BYU - it's actually two different places right by each other. The Bean Museum has all of the "stuffed" animals and the dinosaurs are at the Earth Science Museum by the stadium. We go to the Bean Museum regularly with the boys, but I attended BYU for 5 years and worked there for another 10 and never knew the Dinosaurs were there until this field trip. Noah LOVED it.