Monday, February 23, 2015

Museum of Natural Curiosity

The kids and I just needed to get out of the house, so I took them to the Museum of Natural Curiosity at Thanksgiving point.  It was a lot of fun, but way to much to be able to keep an eye on each kid as the bounced back and forth all by myself. An oversight, so next time we go we will have Daddy with us,  3 kids at this place by myself at this age is out of the question that is for sure. 

My little rabbit feeder, she loved to feed the rabbits. 
Next Carson and Sydni put on a show of pirates and little red riding hood, it was quite the combination. 
On with the puppet show, though we didn't stay in this section very long, didn't keep their attention as well as the play stage. 
Now this next area with blocks and other kinect things, I basically had to pull them out of the room, otherwise we for sure would have been there at closing time. 

Of course if you know Carson at all, we spend a good deal of time in the train room!
Do we have a Vet in the making? Who knows, but she does love animals.
Trying our hand at making a little video  
Watch out Carson, the shark is going to eat you!
Mom, jumped back in time, at least the baby and I met a friendly dinosaur.
Open and Shut, Open and Shut, Open and Shut for about 5 minutes straight, quite the attention span for a 19 months old. 
This area was kind of fun, you put things on the table and they show up on the computer screen, you can see the sharks and even Carson's hand in this picture. 
Washing Machines are always fun right?  Unless you are mom and have to fold everything afterword. 
Sand time!
Carson has never really gotten into coloring, however, Sydni loves it!
A little room all about momentum.
These balls get moving, and at one point I thought one of the kids was going to get their fingers smashed by trying to grab the disk. 
Around and Around we go!
These are always fun, watching a ball or even coins at the mall go round and round, until they drop in the hole. 
Cloud tunnel
I didn't let them play much in the water area, when I realized that they were going to get super wet even with the protective gear, so instead we learned about earthquakes and sand. 
Sydni is such a dear devil and a monkey!! She climbed these ropes like nobodies business, with NO HELP. I was super impressed. 
Look how high she had to climb!
Made it to the top and took a break in the airplain.
Almost to the top baby girl, you got this!
We ended up being there for about 3 hours and when it was time to go we had a little bit of a melt down. Screaming and crying, another reason I will NOT do it alone again, though very fun!

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