Our day started at 6:30 am. We were on the road by 7:30 and arrived at Primary's Children Medical Center in Salt Lake City around 8:40 am. After the doctor examined Hannah she decided we would do three sets of allergerian testing. Hannah did great with having her blood pressure taken, having her ears checked, weight and all the other basics. She didn't cry when her back was pricked. The only time she whined was when I wouldn't let her itch her back. Here is a picture of her back:
The two spots that are very red under the A and C are the histamine and the rest are just the pricks from the needles. That's right, no positives! They all came back negative, Hannah is not allergic to anything she was tested for.
We then headed to the Hogle Zoo. Every last Wednesday of the month between Nov.-Feb. is Wild Wednesday and is free! We enjoyed seeing all the animals but I would not go during the winter if I had to spend money. 1/3 of the zoo was shut down for construction and another 1/3 was off display because the animals could not stand the cold. But overall the experience was worth the 2 hours we spent there.
After the zoo and a quick lunch, we decided to make a last trip to Temple Square. We've been to Temple square several times during the last 2 years but have never had a chance to visit the Church History Museum for one reason or another. That is why we decided to go to the museum first. We had SOOO much fun! We spent over 2 hours in the museum! They had HUGE blocks, Nephi's boat that you could go 'fishing' off of, they a room that was a kitchen that had a table, stove and oven, a garden(with wooden vegatables you could pull out of the ground), stuffed toy hens that were in a hen house that you could collect eggs from, and many, many more thing! It was a lot of fun!!!! They even had a place where you could dress up and learn to dance!! Here is some pictures of us all dress up:
And here's a video of Hannah dancing a little bit. They had screens with people who would show you how to dance and a mirror behind you.
They had a machine where you could draw a picture and then it would play on a big screen in front of you. You could also e-mail it to yourself. I helped Hannah draw this! I wish I could explain better the device that shows the picture you draw, all I can say is it was very cool.