Quinn and I gave Chris a break and we spent the afternoon downtown. First we spent a few hours at the children's museum.
 It's smaller than the one in Ann Arbor and Impressions 5 in Lansing, but they rotate out a few sections so there's always something new, like this balancing beam volcano area.
We spent most of our time filling up and driving around in little cars. This was his absolute favorite part.
After, on our way back to the car, we stopped at the Grand Rapids public library, which I absolutely love. They have a fun children's section so we spent some time dressing up and playing.

Today is opening day at the local zoo! There's still snow on the ground, but it's sunny out so we ventured out to see some animals.
A lot of the days have been bitter cold, so it's nice the temperatures are finally climbing. Quinn had a great time running all over. 
Even the petting area animals were around, though inside the barn.

This cat is so silly. He's enjoying this fabric box close to the heat register.

We spent part of the morning before I went to work building with LEGOs.

Some things don't need to exist. This cereal is one of them. So disgusting.

With another round of snow that means more shoveling for Chris.

It is never going to stop snowing. This is what we get for having virtually no snow in December.

We spent part of the day painting, which is always fun.