We ended up staying at the Chaney's for hours after the other guests had left. We ended up with both families in the moonwalk bouncing all over the place. For a while, their precious dog Kobe even joined in the fun. On a super sad note, Kobe was hit by a car the next day. I've spent a lot of this week praying for their family, because Myles was close to Kobe the way Cullen is close to Scout. I can't imagine ever having to tell Cullen that his playmate is gone.
Swimming naked is the way to go!
The next day, we met up with my sister-in-law, her dad, my niece and my nephew at the children's museum. A special thanks to James' mom for buying us the membership. We all got in free with it, and the kids had so much fun. There are always new places to explore, and Cullen just has the best time running around. I think the most entertaining part for me was the old beat up van in the Mexico exhibit. I'm not entirely sure what the point was, but Cullen loved pretending to drive it. His arms are blurry, because he was rapidly turning the steering wheel and yelling, "Beep Beep!"
Steve, Ben, and Cullen keeping an eye on things
Of course, Cullen kept up with his cousins in the bigger play areas that I might not have ordinarily taken him to. His growing skills amaze me each and every day.