Jack's Trip to Lincoln.
Michelle & Joe at the "truck stop."
Two squirrels peaking out of the tree.
Jack controlling the curtain & lights as the stagehand.
Joe viewing x-rays.
Jack pointing to the treasure.
Joe: the next Top Chef contestant.
Fun in the big, red chair.
As you can see, it was a lot of fun. The boys enjoyed every minute. On Sunday, we made our way to another fun-filled location. I can't recall the name, but it was an indoor playland with playground equipment, inflatables, basketball court, mini-golf course, ball pit, sandbox, toddler area, etc. Due to the below freezing temperatures, it was packed with every Husker from the tri-state area including moms, dads, grandpas, grandmas, kids, brats, and one celebrity. Yes, we saw a celebrity there. Jack and Jack played with Joba Chamberline. Joba is a pitcher for the New York Yankees.
Our Yankee Playdate.
Of course Matt recognized him as soon as we walked into the place. This place was an obstacle course of kids and equipment. Kids would come shooting out of tube slide into a crowd of parents. Kids on swings would fly at one's face, almost kicking people in the head. I overheard Michelle say (in her kindergarten teacher voice) to an obnoxious 8-year-old girl, "you're not using the equipment correctly."
Michelle the safety monitor. (Joe is in the navy shirt; Jack is in the stripes.)
I love going to Lincoln. It is hard to pick a favorite Lincoln quality. Is it the big red chairs, the celebrities, the cold weather, the Huskers, or the hospitality? I think it is the kindergarten teacher.