Ice Eggs on a Hot Day

Want to make some ice eggs of your own? You’ll need a bag of balloons & some small toys. I bought mine at the Dollar Store. I picked dinosaurs because the frozen “eggs” looked prehistoric to me. You open the balloon and put the small toy inside. Then you fill the bag with water, tie it off, and stick it in the freezer overnight. When you’re ready to give them to your kiddos, just cut them out of the ballon, and the fun begins!

This is the perfect activity on a hot summer day. The dinosaurs inside were a surprise, so as the eggs melted, they were excited to see them. They licked the eggs, tried to crack them open, and finally moved to a sunny spot in our yard to watch them melt.

*I found this idea on Pinterest, which lead me to this blog post.

We stopped in Orlando on our way home yesterday, and had lunch at the Rainforest Cafe. Amelia really loved all the fish and jungle animals. I haven’t been to Downtown Disney in a couple of years, and was surprised to see a new theme restaurant, T-rex. It looks amazing, but I thought it might be a little scary for Amelia, so we’ll take her when she’s a bit older.
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We stopped in Orlando on our way home yesterday, and had lunch at the Rainforest Cafe. Amelia really loved all the fish and jungle animals. I haven’t been to Downtown Disney in a couple of years, and was surprised to see a new theme restaurant, T-rex. It looks amazing, but I thought it might be a little scary for Amelia, so we’ll take her when she’s a bit older.

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