Wednesday was our light day on the trip- we knew the zoo would be lots of walking for Nana and crowded, so we wanted to do something a little easier that day. It also was the coldest day so we looked for indoor activities. My friend Erin is a big fan of the Urban Air Trampoline park nearby, so we decided to go jump there on Wednesday morning.
Abby and I had so much fun! It was a blast for both of us and a really good workout. I had fun and was out of breath!
Abby loved running and jumping into the foam pit. I did not do that one... I wasn't sure how easily I could climb out of the foam!
Check out the video of Abby running and jumping in!
After our jumping, we drove to nearby Plano for my favorite BBQ- Red, Hot and Blue. It was delicious as always. I so wish we had an Austin location. We also did a little shopping before going back to the room to rest.
Then, it was time for the moment Abby had been waiting for... her tea party at The American Girl store. She was giddy with excitement and couldn't say the words without squealing!
For Christmas this year, we bought Abby a My Generation doll from Target. It is the "off brand" American girl doll and it works just fine for us. I couldn't buy Abby a real doll and luckily she has no idea she has a generic version.
Abby had saved her money for months and with a little help from the tooth fairy, she was able to buy the two items she really wanted- a lunchbox of food and a baby sippy cup and snack. You are looking at $38 right there. Wow.
We made an appointment to have a tea party and expected a large group to do a craft and then have a few snacks. It turned out to be our own table and this beautiful presentation of food!
It was all delicious and at 4 PM, really counted as an early dinner for us! I would highly recommend doing the tea party.
It is $12 per person and includes all of this food and your pink lemonade to drink.
Abby was also given a small cup and plate for her doll and the pink bow napkin rings and the flowers in the small pots. She was thrilled!
We had a wonderful time at our tea party!
Up next, our last day was spent at the Dallas Arboretum. It was a pleasant surprise that we loved even more than the zoo!