Phoenix Children’s Museum

 

In lieu of Ten on Tuesday, just a couple of highlights from the week.  We went to dinner with some friends & saw “The Vow.”  I liked it, but think my expectations were too high, because it wasn’t one of my favorites.  Justin actually only made through about an hour, then ended up at the bar next door.  We watch A LOT of romantic comedies & normally Justin likes them, but this one for some reason he couldn’t take.

We took the kids to The Phoenix Children’s Museum over the weekend.  Get ready for tons of pictures.  It was a really good time!  I can’t believe we’ve never made the trek down there before.  The girls enjoyed the climber, spending time in the market, getting pretend ice cream from the ice cream stand, & painting the most.  But it’s a really cool place to go & would highly recommend it if you’ve never been.   

 

Phoenix Children's Museum

Audrie on the Climber

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Coming down the climber...Audrie I "think" is on the left. And Ellie is on the top in right side picture.

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Ellie saying, "I'm stuck."

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Trying to get a picture of just how BIG this climber is...it's 3 stories high. And cost over $1 million to build

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Justin complained the rest of the day about his knees hurting from being in the climber all morning with the girls, HAHA

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At the Market

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Where IS that chocolate milk? They kept trying to find all the milk on the shelf

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Painting the rocket ship

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Shortly after this Ellie turned and accidently painted Audrie's forehead green..I was so busy cleaning her up, I forgot to get a picture

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They seriously could have stayed here forever

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Launching cars down the race track

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Well, we tried for a picture. They are literally squirming out of my arms to get back on the climber. This was more like a wrestling match than a photo opp.

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Playing in the kitchen

 

 

 

 

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Kelly Rashka Beautiful as always. I love your blog so much. It warms me up from the inside!

sheakorinne LOVE this comment Kelly! Thanks:-)

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