San Antonio Adventure – The Children’s Museum

We puttered around base for a few days and since we brought school stuff and some movies, we were able to stay occupied.
On the third Thursday of every month the Children’s Museum is free for children under 12 between the hours of 5 pm and 7 pm.  So that is when we decided to go.  And since Matt is finished with class at 4, he got to come with us!
If we lived there I would SO get a membership!  The kids (including Matt) had so much fun.  They had a tiny grocery store with plastic food, a life size cow model, boats, a place to be inside a bubble, a big airplane for them to pilot, tiny victorian style rooms with kid size couches, etc. a huge ball machine using air pressure and other things, and much more.
Reason 500 why I love WordPress!  I was able to upload all 29 of my pictures of the museum at once!

Jack couldn’t have cared less.  So Matt is holding him while I take pics.

Matt found the ball machine.  He and Spencer spent a LOT of time there.

Matt doing a Han Solo impression

The kiddos getting inside the bubbles

Clang ,clang, clang went the trolley
Ding, ding, ding went the bell
Zing, zing, zing went my heartstrings as we started for Huntington Dell.

My little pilots

And my favorite photo of all time.

  • Jocelyn says:

    Wow, those photos are great fun!!! How cool!

  • Heather B says:

    Looks like a great school night to me!! Love the Han Solo picture 🙂

  • Megan B says:

    That looks like a really fun adventure. That last picture is a wonderful picture, I totally agree!! B&W, baby!

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