I haven't abandoned you. We've had a busy spell for awhile which included lots of "to do" things, including getting our broken oven fixed. Even though it's been over 100 degrees everyday, I was still lost without my oven. On the plus side, what better way to enjoy 100 plus temperatures than at Schlitterbaun. Every summer we try to visit good friends in San Antonio and spend a day at a water park.
Now this may seem like a typical photo of a family waiting in line (see below). For us it was a really big event. Notice there is no crying or screaming. Our child has never done lines well. Waiting in lines with him was agonizing, he would have a big meltdown. Here, while there was some complaining, he was no worse than his cousin who is the same age. Has he outgrown it or will we have to bring the cousin everywhere we go now?
Between Schitterbaun and San Antonio was a Snake Farm which the boys had to see. All the way there they sang "going to the snake farm":
Chama Gaucha. It's a Brazilian steakhouse and most of their cuisine is gluten-free. It's amazing.