Father's Day is a bit of a bittersweet holiday. It's hard since my dad is not around, but I also feel fortunate to be able to celebrate what a good dad Cort is to our kids, to celebrate my grandpa who is a wonderful father, grandpa, and great-grandpa, as well as Cort's dad who is a great dad and grandpa. This year we headed to Cantigny to celebrate. They had an art show going on as well as all the typical neat things to see there-the beautiful gardens, the tanks, and the museum. Here are some pictures from the day.
Mia participating in an art project
Cole checking out a fountain
Noah on one of the tanks
Cole and Dad
Papa B. and Cole checking out a tank
Mia giving her best "Miss America" wave
The cousins again
Brushing up on some history
We spent a good amount of time in the First Division Museum. The kids were suprisingly interested in a lot of the artifacts there.
I'm not sure if it was the information that was so interesting or the fact they were holding these unusual things called "phones with cords," but the kids were entranced during this part of the museum.
And a beautiful flower to end the post!