Due to the holiday there was quite a swollen crowd of children and their parents, but it wasn't any worse than I had thought. It is a museum for children, after all. I've never seen such an array of strollers in my life - all brands, shapes, and sizes. I almost wish I had perused there before our purchase since I stared uncontrollably at every stoller I passed when making our decision to purchase our Uppa (which I still believe is our best and most practically useful baby purchase). I digress.
There were a number of exhibits geared specifically towards children under 3, and Cutter enjoyed the Front Step installment most of all. He spent nearly fifteen minutes planting potatoes; I think I found Steve's garden assistant come this spring.
Water Works, part of their River Adventures series was another great activity that had he been a little taller would have kept him interested for quite a bit longer. One of the older kids launched a boat that splashed him right in the face, but he was none the worse for wear - he is a water lover through and through.
The infamous Carousel was a surprise hit. This was his first Carousel ride and while he seemed a little confused why Daddy was going up and down next to him, he nontheless smiled happily and watched his reflection on the mirrors.
|I need a little more estrogen in my life.|