The kids got sleeping bags. They're excited for their sleepover later this week when their cousin is here!
Later in the week Jane's class hosted the all-school meeting, along with a fifth grade class.
She volunteered to talk about Thanksgiving on stage in front of the whole school!
So we went to Supercuts and she got fixed up!
I'll stick to buzz cuts and trims at home for now on, but leave layering to a professional!
Jane made Daddy a cat.
We went to the science museum and the Hall of Human life was just opening!
Malcolm liked picking this giant nose.
Jane measured her ear.
She also did this puzzle.
We also stopped by Penzeys Spices and had lunch at a Mexican restaurant in Arlington. I made chocolate pudding for dessert. It was a great day!
This rock isn't a sculpture but it was very popular with lots of kids! At one point we met another little boy named Malcolm here. I didn't know anyone else with that name under age 40!
I think they like the woods more than the art...
It looked like they needed to nap on this bed!
This is Malcolm's favorite piece there.
I made a turtle and Malcolm made a wolf!
Later the kids got mustaches like John Singer Sargent and drew some pictures. We were supposed to see the exhibit but the museum so crowded we didn't. Luckily I had seen it a month ago when it first opened!
Where is his tail?
It was very, very cold. It even snowed for a few minutes. Since hardly anyone was there, we had our own personal hayride to take us to the different apples we wanted to pick!
The kids were the only ones in the bouncy house which was nice!