Micah setting up the blocks before hitting a button to create an "earthquake"...
...and giggling hysterically when the blocks fell.
"May I please have the keys?"
Trains, trains, trains
Thanks for fixing the track, Papa!
Playing Post Office
Ashleigh creating a wacky Mr. Potato Head
Natalie with her favorite doll in the museum
Wizard of Oz dolls
Welcome to the bakery
"How may I help you?"
Callie, Natalie, and Ashleigh playing dress-up
Of course, the boats in the locks are always a hit. Free reign to play in water!
Swing those hips, Callie!
Callie, always a silly nut, wanted to pose with the scary lion.
Ashleigh preferred the less scary animals.
Best part of the day... peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch!
Attached to the children's museum is a Judy Garland museum, which doesn't particularly interest me. A lot of hype for a person who only lived here for the first four years of her life. We were able to walk through the house she "supposedly" lived in... I've heard conflicting stories as to whether this was even her house. Anyway, the girls enjoyed seeing all the "olden day" decor. I wouldn't mind having this piano, either!
Lots of fun... lots of giggles... and when all was said and done, I got to take home four adorable munchkins!