Benjamin was finally persuaded to try it out, too.
One day, Aunt Claire took us to The Thinkery, a children's science museum in Austin. Their favorite part turned out to be the arts and crafts room, where Noah made a house, and Benjamin made a tank.
Benjamin also made a stop motion video at one of the exhibits.
While we were in Georgetown, we visited Blue Hole.
|Benjamin found a dry-ish spot to sit and was building a dam.|
|"Dry" is not a word Noah thinks very much of.|
|So Uncle Curtis knew Noah would also enjoy the small splash pad right in the center of downtown Georgetown.|
Seeing cousins, eating Texas barbecue at Rudy's, and catching up with friends J.L. and Emily Gray in Austin. We went with them to a city-run aquatic park and then had dinner at their house. I tried to tell Benjamin that J.L. and I met at about the age he and their son Zachary are now, and he yawned and told me J.L. had already told him that. Ha.