the train that is.
Yes folks we went to see Thomas the train (in person I might add). I know you all are jealous that you didn't get to hear that theme music over and over and over and over again. Now don't you worry your pretty little heads, Thomas will be in your area soon.
Pop and JJ bought us the tickets so Mr. Genius and I could have some fun with Wild Man while they had some quality time with Romeo. When we got there I am so glad that we didn't take Romeo, because it was really hot. I mean REALLY HOT!
We first walked into Thomas' World or for all those Thomas fans out there, our local Island of Zodor. Wild Man went straight for all the train sets. It was amazing to see all the Thomas train sets and about 30 little boys in total amazement, standing still in their on little spot, playing, not fighting, and pretty quiet. That like never happens.
Mr. Genius and Wild Man got to ride on a little train to get him geared up for the big one.
There were a few inflatables too.
I have decided to turn one room in my house into an inflatable room. So that way when you get a little frustrated with your kids and feel like throwing your kids around, you won't get arrested for it.
Did I mention that we started potty training? Yeah, being frustrated is an understatement.
They even had a little petting zoo, where we got to feed the animals.
I brought Wild Man's conductor outfit thinking it would be cute to have on in case we could get a picture with Thomas. I quickly decided against it when we got there and realized it was 200 degrees outside. Oh wait, I am sorry, I was exaggerating. It was 150 degrees.
When we got on the train Wild Man dug through his backpack and decided himself he wanted to put it on anyways. I am glad cuz he looked so cute.
The train drove by a huge parking lot full of school busses. More school busses then Wild Man could even think of. He was indeed quite speechless.
Sir Topham Hatt thought he was cute too. He got to be a Jr. Engineer.
Here is Wild Man with his beloved Thomas
Thanks Pop and JJ