Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Getting Out of the House

We've reentered the blogosphere after a quick break.  It started out as just a few days, but then it was kind of nice so we stretched it a little further.  Let's play catch up, shall we?  Not sure how the weather has been where you are from, but that is pretty much all the talk here in the Midwest.  We are experiencing a record breaking winter for snow and cold temperatures.  While most are pretty frustrated at this, Matt & I have had a few two-hour delays and snow days. H O O R A Y for more family time.  We've spent a lot of those days holed up in the house playing trains with Jude.  Even with how great being home is, it can still make you a little stir crazy.  This weekend we didn't let the weather deter us from venturing about.  We got the privilege of watching Blayze for my sister on Monday, so with a one-year-old and two-year-old in tow we made a break for the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery.  This activity was definitely a winner.  It was so much better than being a toy referee all day long.  We loved the live native animals, exhibits of history and science, water play area, and Planetarium.  This is a must for a future cold, snowy, or rainy day.

1 comment:

  1. I just went to Boonshoft with my son Dustin and Emily and their two boys Eli and Owen. It's the greatest place--so much fun. Owen could have stayed at the lego area all day! The slide and climbing ladder were awesome!