Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Dork Family

I am DEFINITELY a dork. I think it's safe to call JT a dork too considering he has a Masters & a Doctorate. HA HA. So, of course, we would want to raise a little dork: HA HA!!
I thought that this was the perfect shirt to wear to a Science Museum! :) (Case in point, the fact that I plan every single outfit that my son wears around our activities makes me a huge dork.) He, of course, didn't care what he was wearing & loved driving the firetruck!
And getting to push the "but-in" (buttons) was super fun too because it made the lights turn on!
And they had a shape sorter and conveyor belt for you to put foam shapes through/on! (When CJ ran out of shapes, he signed and said "more" so I think he liked that too!)
Inside a sphere shape. Peek-a-boo!
And measuring up against the "eee eee" (all monkeys, gorillas, chimps, orangutans are all eee eee's)
This museum had hands on and interactive displays for every age. There was a whole "kid city" for kids under 5 only (and their parents!). I know we'll be dorky and go again to learn some more!


Sue said...

I wish I could have been your's and J's kind of dork. DORK is GOOD!

Kendra said...

I am a dork too!! We have a Fall Party this weekend with my moms of multiples group and I keep thinking "what outfits to the twins have that fit that theme?" =)