Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Wednesday on Wednesday

I know this is a little late but it has been a busy day here! I do have a couple pictures to share though. Wednesday is big on avoiding the camera lately (I think it is a form of rebellion.) But, when she isn't looking at me she is usually being super cute with Daddy!

For our fifth anniversary The Mister took us for a gorgeous fall drive to Ottawa. You do not get prettier than Ontario in the fall and this trip was no exception. I haven't the pics I wanted due to only having a point and shoot and a sleeping  babe but the memories are there forever. Here are a few pics I did manage to take of Wednesday at some of the places we visited.



throwing rocks bw
Throwing rocks in the Ottawa River at Brittania Beach.

Dinosaurs

Hanging out with some Dinosaurs at the Canadian Museum of Nature.

Cute bunny!
Dressing up as a bunny in one of the kids areas at the museum.
Wednesday's favourite thing about the trip naturally was the dinosaurs. She loves dinosaurs, plays with hers daily so I was so happy as a parent to be able to do that for her. I can't wait to take her back again or even to another science museum with super fun interactive exhibits. For more pictures of our trip that include some great scenery, fabulous dinosaur skeletons (even a blue whale skeleton) and random family schmoopiness click here to be taken to the Flickr photoset.

5 comments:

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...
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KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

Form of rebellion. Love that line.
Aww Brittania Beach, just a stone's throw away from my childhood home and where I was married. Ontario + Fall = wonderful, enjoy its majesty!!!

Anabel Fournier said...

Nice photos. We visited a place called Parque Cretacico in Sucre, Bolivia a few months ago and my two kids loved it... It looks like your photo but the one we went to is outdoors.

Melissa said...

Sounds like you had a wonderful and relaxing time.

Su said...

Awwww.... you were here, Melissa? We've been having the most fantastic weather, so I hope you caught some of that