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A day of discovery… June 8, 2011

Filed under: Field Trips — shud3467 @ 1:32 am

This week we are going to visit the Glazer’s Children’s Museum.  This Summer the museum is doing $2 Tuesdays.  The first Tuesday of the month, each person, child or adult gets in for $2.

Let me start off saying…there is no deal good enough to have to wait in a line that wraps around the building in 95 degree heat, humid heat at that with 5 complaining children!!!!  We will not be going on a Tuesday to the Glazers Childrens Museum.  The museum itself was awsome, the crowd however was not.  It was very overwhelmimg trying to keep up with all the kidos…they loved it!!  Todays lesson was definitely patience, I think, on a scale of 1-10 I was a 7, not bad.

Rock climbing in their future?  Only a Hudson kid would attempt to rock climb without her shoes. 

No, this is not a litter box, it is an area for the kids to explore what is suppose to be buried treasure, some of which appears to be something a kitten may have buried.  It was actually very neat.  The sand inside was tiny pieces of rubber, which is a good thing being that the children in there were tossing sand at one another.  Mackie is stricking a pose for the camera, she is the artifical beach diva…and don’t you forget it! 

Ahoy!!  Reagan posing as a pirate…she definitely fits the part with her missing incisor, a cute pirate, arrrrh!

What would a day to the museum be without treating oursevles to some Basken Robbins…Yum Yum!!!



We all had fun today, it was a great day!  We’ll definitely return, just not on a Tuesday…




3 Responses to “A day of discovery…”

  1. Shanna Says:

    Only Reagan would attempt
    Rocking climbing while barefoot!!! 🙂 gotta love her. She’s been our little hardcore monkey since day 1. I remember her barely able to walk and climbing up the furniture and bookcases in the toyroom.

  2. Sherry Young Says:

    I am so excited that you are so creative and now doing a blog site so we can be in on the fun and antics of the Hudson’s.
    Love the pictures and those children of yours so much.
    Also count in the mom and dad too!!!!!!!!!
    Love Aunt Sherry

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