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Friends, fish, and fun!

Jackson's bestie at school is a little girl named Emily.  She is the adorable friend that sent Jackson a get well picture in the mail when he missed school.  So so so cute!!  Today we met Emily and her brother, Jacob, at the Science Spectrum for a fun playdate before school starts on Wednesday.

First, we started with the bubbles, of course, they are Jackson's favorite.  I didn't get a picture of it, but Emily and Jackson were holding hands as they ran to the bubbles.  love.

Next, we headed downstairs for some fishy fun!  Here are all the kiddos checking out Dory, Nemo, and Marlin.

I think this is adorable because everyone was looking at Emily, she must have said something VERY important.

Next we all crowded into a boat.  I couldn't get everyone to look and smile at the same time.  I don't know how big families take family pictures.  boggles. my. mind.

Then the littlest boys took a minute to look at the snakes.

ALL the boys checking out the fish.  Jackson was telling the little boys the story of Nemo and pointing out his dad, Marlin.

Next, we headed to the ginormous teeth.  Everyone hung out in the big mouth...

While Austin brushed up on how to clean teeth.  "Brushed up"- I am hilarious!  ...even if I am the only one who appreciates my English humor.  

Next, we went back upstairs for some preschool room adventures!  Emily and Jackson played in the grocery store.  The conversation went a little something like this-
Jackson:  Emily, it's time to pay for the food!
Emily:  No!!  I'm still shopping!!
That sounds about right.  Women love to shop.  Men love to get out asap.

Then Austin discovered he could see his brother through the window of the Veterinary room he was playing in.  He was so excited about this discovery!

Ball goes in...

Ball comes out.

We had such a good time with Emily, Jacob, and their mom, Amelia.  I've known Amelia for years, but we lost touch, so I'm so glad that Jackson and Emily are in the same class this year so we could all be friends (again).  Thank you, Emily, Jacob, and Amelia!!


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