I think these pictures speak for themselves. This was a fantastic trip to the Indianapolis Children’s Museum!

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A big THANKS to my friend Jen for allowing me to take some Christmas photos of her sister, her niece and her nephew. What a great family!

Thanks for blogstalking!

-Adam

    3 Responses to "A Trip to the Children’s Museum"

    1. comment by Neeroc

      Adorable. That is an amazing place, I wish it was closer to me. Or at least in the same country.

    2. comment by Jennifer S.

      These are some of the most adorable children ever. Great job capturing their spirit.

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