The problem, and it's a big problem, is that it's so damn cold in there that we couldn't really take it all in. Cold and crowded. Did I say COLD? It was 9 degrees in the exhibit. We bundled up in our Texas "winter" clothes (which is really just a regular jacket if you're living up north), pictured above. I actually thought our jackets would be enough, and I was so SO wrong.
Then, we walked in, and BOOM, the cold hits so hard and so fast it just took our breath away. Brooke continued to FREAK out about the cold. It was so shocking to her that she was just angry (and probably sacred) that we'd put her into such a cold room. She was yelling, "Let's get OUT OF HERE!"
I can relate to that feeling when I lived in Chicago! Madison, who generally can keep it together these days, is technically FROM Chicago, so I think that is why she wasn't too bothered by the cold.
always be found laughing and having fun. She loves any type of photo op:
The best part of ICE! for the kids is the slides! Slides that are made out of.....ICE! Four icy slides to freeze our butts! As soon as Brooke saw the slides, she warmed up (not literally) and was happy to play for a little bit longer.
I took this photo as I was sliding down:
Pinocchio guy from Shrek and does a great impression of him.
Proof that I was there too: