Friday, February 8, 2008

Children's Museum

Today we decided to venture to the Indy Children's Museum. We had never been before and its only an hour's trip. We had a lot of fun...so much fun that we ended up buying a membership. As long as we go another 4 times throughout the year, we have more than made up our money. We spent most of our time in Playscape, which is an area designed for Noah's age.




He played and played and played there. He alternated between carrying a baby around and pushing a lawn mower. The whole area is geared for imaginative play and is very child friendly. There is a kitchen, sand area, toddler area, and so much more. It was wonderful for Dave and I to just let him run and play without having to tell him "no" or not let him play with something at home. And, even better...we didn't have to clean up the mess!

We toured some of the other sites. It's really a cool museum. There was a glass exhibit there that was pretty neat as well. I took ton's of pictures that I uploaded to facebook...but here's a shot just so you can see how cool and intricate it was.



By the end of the day, we were all tired, but had a LOT of fun. Noah didn't even make it out to the parking lot before he fell asleep. Yea for fun family days!

2 comments:

Jonelly the Rockstar said...

Super!! I think Ann mentioned going there once before. I hear good things! :)

Ann said...

Very fun! We're graduating out of Playscapes soon--a sad day indeed. Henry's favorite is the dinosaurs, and Harmony's is the carousel :)