There's a little amusement park about an hour from where we live.
It's geared towards little kids and it was absolutely perfect for us.
We went there on a whim and had so. much. fun.
It was seriously a blast.
Even Jay loved it.
It's hard to take a picture of a spinning ride.
(It's garden themed so a lot of the rides were food.)
This is a very excited Leo waiting for our turn on the tram ride.
He was pumped.
Until he found out how slow the tram moved.
Then it wasn't quite so exciting.
And Jay was very sad that he wasn't tall enough to ride the tram with us.
Look, it's a Redwood tree!
Jay was so excited to be able to drive his very own car.
(Lately he's very into driving.
He thinks the Prius is his, and gets pretty darn angry when we make him ride in his car seat.)
There he is, driving like a pro.
Leo took his driving very seriously.
He didn't even lose focus when I was screaming that he was going to run into another car.
They had this awesome rock maze that the boys loved.
The walls were tall enough that you could actually get turned around in there.
And, of course, they loved the train.
We rode on it three times.
Then Leo told me that he wished he was getting a train for his birthday.
These boys got pretty tired by the end of the day.
Even a ride on an artichoke wasn't enough to excite them.
Here are all three boys waiting in line for the boat ride.
(Those are the boats.)
Once Jay realized that he could take off his Velcro seat belt he didn't see much point in keeping it on.
They even had these amazing swan paddle boats that we didn't ride on because the line was too long.
And these bushes that were shaped like animals.
(Leo kept saying, "Where is the animal mom? I still don't see it.")
And Jay slept the whole way home.