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Sunday, May 10, 2009

Lauritzen Gardens

The day before my birthday, the local "Botanical Garden" had a kids day. I don't know that it is a great garden, but Austin had a great time running around.

We are currently learning colors and the flowers were very helpful.

Bright Sun

Austin loved the fountains in the indoor garden area. He ran back and forth between the fountains.

Doesn't take much to please this little guy!

Gotta have Duckie (that's the blanket he carries everywhere). I keep telling myself it's better than a pacifier.

He loves water. Good picture.

More color identification.


Jim took this one, obviously the vines have not yet grown, but great shot of my bum!

Showing daddy the water.

There was an amazing outdoor train set-up. The entire thing was built with natural materials. You can see the track was raised with tree branches and the trunk of the tree is where the track lays. Austin loved watching the trains. There were at least a dozen trains going back and forth. He would have stayed all day.

They had made replicas of famous or historic Omaha buildings. Very cool.

The First National Tower, and the Woodmen.

Not quite as fond of the big train, he was a bit scared.

This is "big boy". I think it's the biggest steam engine built. Taken out of use in the 70's.

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