The Children's Museum in Tampa had this really amazing climbing aparatus inside...it's hard to explain, so here's some pictures to try and show it:
Auntie and Fischer inside.
Here, I am standing on the first floor, looking up at Fischer and Papa on the lowest level of the apparatus.
Again, standing on the first floor, looking up at it. It starts on the second level and goes up into the ceiling.
It felt like a giant spider web!
This is how we make a "double stroller" out of a single one :)
Heading to lunch with Papa.
This "sand" pit was actually filled with little tiny pieces of chopped up rubber...it felt really cool, and didn't stick to your skin!
Just chillin with Auntie.
The highlight of the day was seeing the window washers on the high-rise next door...they're just strapped to these little swing-type seats!
This is how high they actually were:
Fischer really liked sliding down the fire pole!
Fischer didn't quite get that he was supposed to hide his arms too :)
One really cute fireman to the rescue!
Even though he loves the big-kid stuff, he still loved the toddler section too!
A view of the University of Tampa from across the river.
Fischer running through the sprinklers to cool off:
Auntie and Fischer by the river:
Owen staying cool in the shade.