Andrew took all the toys out of the toy box and climbed in!
The shopping cart full of baby dolls was a crack up.
He put them in there one by one and pushed it all around the play area.
They, of course, also had toddler friendly food.
Andrew enjoyed milk, chicken nuggets, grapes, and oranges.
Aunt Nicole stopped by for awhile between helping Uncle Jesse and going to her job.
We stayed at Sip & Play for well over two hours until Andrew was ready for a nap.
As he slept, we drove to Washugal Fish Hatchery (my main memories of our family vacation to Washington included stopping at every fish hatchery along the way) in honor of Dad.
Although the sign was there, there were no fish to see.
It isn't salmon season, so all that was visible was fingerlings (as in the side of your finger).
We were sort of out of things to do, so we drove around.
We stopped at the Pendleton Wool Mill a few hours after their tours stopped and there was no way they were going to bend the rules for us. Oh well, Andrew sat on the big chair!
For dinner, we headed to Beaverton to meet with Bri and Beth. Bri, Beth, and I hung out all the time during CBU days, but we haven't seen each other since we graduated in 2004 and 2005!
Back then it was just the three of us, but now there are husbands and babies!
Bri and Phong, Beth, Adam, and Steven (cute kiddo), and Dave, Andrew and I.