Don't take your camera. That's it. It really is that simple. Halfway through our really great Thursday
trip to the Indianapolis Zoo, I remembered I had my phone, so that's when I started getting pictures.
The cheetahs were typical cats, they refused to acknowledge our existence.
Here's the big guy. He was nice enough to look our way once or twice, but he seemed to be intent on napping.
You hardly ever see the otters, but they were out, climbing, running and jumping. They were also loud, which made me think that maybe it was feeding time.
None of the kids fell asleep on the way home, which is kind of what I was hoping for. What I'd really like is my own driver, so I can nap on the way home. They did really well-it was the first time I didn't have a stroller for Lex, and the Zoo puts theirs away during the winter. Someone asked me which animals wanted Lex, but I think he ran around too much, the animals wanted the kids that would be easier to catch. Eliz surprised my by how well she took being seen as a potential meal. She said, "They are carnivores Mama, and people are meat, so of course they would want to eat us. Just like dinosaurs."
Oh, my, how silly of me!
Don't forget, tomorrow I'll be posting details of the March Madness Pinterest Challenge!