Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Grandma Week Day 2: The Treehouse Museum

If you want your child to be intelligent, read him fairy tales. If you want him to be even more intelligent, read him more fairy tales. –Albert Einstein

We spent our entire day at the Treehouse Museum. There is enough there to keep you occupied for several days. The exhibits are interactive and educational and just so much fun. I can't decide which is my favorite part; the kid-sized costumes for everything or the Madame Alexander First Lady doll collection {which was difficult to photograph behind glass}.
{Illustrated} Quote of the Day
Pixie: Don't eat yet. We have to say the prayer.

Upstairs is a little area set up for plays. There are puppet show windows on either side of the main stage area. The kids thought it was fun to stick themselves up in the puppet show windows. I guess we all got into the spirit of it.

Our week, so far, has been so much fun. I have really enjoyed watching the kids interact with each other. Miss Butterfly and LadyBug are thick as thieves, spending nearly every second together. And Grasshopper looks out for the little boys. I love it!

2 comments:

Shay said...

Love the photo montages showing everyone having so much fun. You sure pack a lot of activity into this week dont you?

P. said...

What great family bonds and fun memories you're creating!