Enjoying the decor at Pitty Pat's Porch, the oldest restaurant in all of Atlanta (let's just say, I believe that)
Caroline had a BALL at the Children's Museum. Here she is sculpting some sand.
Showing off her fabulous rhythm.
Just like Papa!
She fell in love with this fishing pond. After we had done this, nothing else seemed quite as interesting.
My little ladybug, ready to fish!
Quite the architect
She probably would have spent the entire time in this kitchen area if I had let her. She washed dishes, cooked food in the microwave & oven, put things in and out of the refrigerator...the girl was in heaven. You know, if I had a kitchen this large in comparison to myself, I'd probably be in heaven too!
A little grocery shopping before she got started with her cooking.
This was one evening at another restaurant. She was very serious about the coloring.
Just us girls.
She's recently learned how to give real hugs, and we just can't get enough! She has lots of squeezes for Dadden.
A thoughtful lady offered to snap this picture of all 3 of us in Olympic Park - can't remember the last picture we have of all of us!
Caroline & the fountains dancing to the music
If you look closely, the fountains shoot out of the Olympic rings. Very cool!
Just hanging out in our hotel room. We had very cool, large windows with a little window seat/ledge that CJ thoroughly enjoyed.
My big girl having a snack in the lounge. She even drank her juice right out of a real glass - she's very classy.
All in all, it was so much fun and quite exhausting for Mama. I had brought several things to do during nap times since I knew I'd be stuck in the room with her for awhile, but instead I just took some nice naps myself. Just what this pregnant girl needed :) I was very grateful that the nausea seemed to let up for me as well, and I was able to enjoy the eating out. So glad we got to go, and hopefully we can do it again sometime!