Monday, October 27, 2008

Our Anniversary Celebration

Saturday was our 5th year anniversary. We celebrated the day at The Children's Museum in Indianapolis. Ryan had lots of plans on how to spend our anniversary and I'm sure the museum was not on the list, but we had a great day.

This was the first time Addison has been to the museum since she was about two weeks old. She absolutely loved it and was exhausted by the end of the day.

Zack was so excited to see Spiderman. Ryan and Zack play Spiderman vs. Frank Valencia daily and wrestle around the living room. Frank Valencia is some random name Ryan pulled out when Zack said he was Spiderman and wanted to know who Ryan was going to be.
Zack is showing off his Spidey move.

Addison was getting a little tired while waiting in line for the carousel and rested her head on daddy's head.

First carousel ride. She loved it.

After the carousel we went through a maze and had a little scare. Zack took one of the crawl through exits and I decided to walk around and meet him and/or wait for him to crawl back in instead of crawling through myself. Problem is he wasn't waiting on the other side. Ryan and I started freaking and scouring the maze and the other nearby exhibits and he was no where to be found. I was getting ready to go to an information desk and get security when I saw the back of Ryan shirt and thought I'd check with him first. I see Ryan with a kid under both arms, thank God.

Zack decided to venture over to the other side of the floor, where we had been earlier. There is a large pool ball maze/domino/track thing and he wasn't able to help feed the balls through earlier because there were too many kids surrounding the feeder. He took it upon himself to see how busy the pool balls were. I didn't know if I wanted to kiss him or strangle him.

When we got home the kids were worn out. We quickly fed them and got them into bed and Ryan went to work in the kitchen. He is an amazing chef and didn't disappoint. Ryan decided that since a weekend getaway wasn't in the cards, then we would at least have a nice dinner at home. We had steak, king crab legs, cheesy potato soup, sour dough bread and no kids. It was heaven and better than any restaurant.

I love you more than anything Ryno!


Tammi said...

Jami, you are blessed not only with two beautiful children, but a WONDERFUL thoughtful husband as well! Your table setting looks perfect adn romantic- GREAT JOB Ryan!

Miller Mommy said...

WOW! Can Ryan give Steve some lessons??? That is WAY impressive!!!