When we got to San Antonio, we snagged a hotel within walking distance of the Riverwalk and headed on down to scope things out.
and, you guessed it, walking some more....
We grabbed a bite to eat, found an awesome little shop where I eventually ended up buying dresses for Snappy and myself and hit up Ripley's and the wax museum.
Snappy was not happy about those last two stops.
She was totally freaked out. Except for when 0007 took her through this tunnel thing that has lights and moving walls and makes you all discombobulated. She loved that! Then, when she saw the fairytale section of the wax museum she loosened up a bit.
TRex fed off her nervousness for a bit but, he got into it more and had some fun. One of his favorite things? The vampire slayer kit at Ripley's. Of course he also liked the huge TRex head at the wax museum.
In the end, fun was had by all. And, we have the pics to prove it!
Mom, Wife, Seamstress, Crafter, Cook, Finder of Lost Toys, Pudding Maker, Coffee Drinker, Snuggler, Loud Talker, Unconventional Parent in a constant state of organized chaos.
A.K.A. - Robin
Father Extraordinaire, Loving Husband, Fixer of Everything, deep thinking, pet loving, game playing, rock and rolling, picture taking, Superman to his wife and children.
My soulmate, my rock.
Big Brother to Snappy. TRex is our 6 year old, super crazy, high energy, sensitive and sweet, unbelievably intuitive, movie quoting, story telling, dinosaur loving, mini-Superman. (and sometimes Spiderman or Hulk or Wolverine or one of many other characters.)
Sister to TRex. Snappy is our 3 year old, baby toting, crayon loving, song singing, cuteness connoisseur, giggling, stubborn little Princess. She is both a Daddy's Girl and a Mommy's Girl. And she's figuring out how to twist TRex around her finger.
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