Jack went right to the water table, which was no surprise since he had been talking about it all morning. (I just realized this is actually a picture of the bubble table. Oh, well. Bubbles were stop number two.)
This time he tried the face painting, which was something he'd never done before. He wanted Duke on one cheek, Penny on the other, Lady on his forehead, and Popcorn on his chin. He then added a few accents. When we got home he had to wash it off, but he told me that face painting was going to be the first thing he did there next time. I am a little worried about him getting too close to a tattoo parlor. He could easily end up as one of those forwarded emails.
We came home for an hour and then it was off to our friends' house for a dinner playdate. It's always more fun to play with someone else's toys!
Rachel is quite the cook! We had homemade pizzas and she even managed to sneak some cauliflower into the sauce. Jack gobbled it right up!