Before we could start to enjoy family and the play, we had to make it through the flight. This was Ruby's first flight and she did great. I kept her in a sling most of the flight and very few people even realized she was on the flight with us. Luke, on the other hand, was another story. We were super lucky to travel with my parents and Jessica and it took a village to tame the boy. We had books, treats, movies, toys and his blankies and there was still a lot of chaos. There is definitely a reason that once kids turn two they have to buy their own seat - we all could have used the extra space.
You can't take photos of any of the exhibits so I just snapped a few as we were leaving.
One of the best parts about a trip to Dallas is a lot of time just hanging out. It is especially fun to watch everyone enjoy the babies.
The highlight of the trip was, of course, the play. We went to the matinee and evening showing and I could have turned around and gone again today. I know that Tad worked and practiced hard and was thrilled to land the part of Rolf. I was so nervous before the play starts but clearly had no reason to be. Tad's singing was amazing and he is such a natural on stage. Flower Mound High is known for putting on extremely good productions and this was no different. I hope to continue to see him perform over the next several year.
Lots of family support