The "Flower Beds" SO cute! This is playhouse lane. One house had dress up clothes in it and the other had chalkboard walls that the kids could write all over.
A view from the tree house giving you a birds eye view of the meadow.
Emily in the tree house at the top of the slide. We did not go down this slide for the record. Maybe in a year or so.
Emily at her favorite exhibit of the day making her latest face. I don't know why but she keeps making this pucker face. I happen to love it.
Now this slide she actually went down. It was in Seedling Circle, a special area just for the smallest kids. She was very proud of herself.
Again, in Seedling Circle playing with the water toys. There was a small fountain where you could fill up a pail and then put it in a doggie bowl for this big bronze statue. Oh ya, and that is my girl standing all on her own, while holding a toy, long enough for me to let go and take a picture! Can you tell I'm proud.
Said statue. The Thunder Creek. There's a big pond at the end of the creek and a sheltered area that makes thunder sounds and flashes light like lightening. Very cool.
The big rocking chairs on the porch. They even had a lemonade stand.
My sweet girl posing for mommy on a tree stump.
On our way out I noticed these hammocks tucked away in the back. Emily was VERY tired, but we sat for a little bit and relaxed. Emily was not into taking pictures by this point.
Seriously mom, I just want to sleep!
Our view of the sky from the hammock.
And she was asleep before we got to the car. :)