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Friday, July 16, 2010

San Diego New Children's Museum

Last week, I discovered a gigantic 3-story playground at the San Diego New Children's Museum. My good photographer friend, Daisy Varley, really wanted me to check this place out, so we went with her two seriously adorable little girls and had a blast!

I love this ginormous Trojan horse. You can even go inside and tell your kids a mini-story about the Greeks and the Trojan War. =)
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Here's Sophia doing ballet moves while we were inside the horse. Was that what the Greeks were doing?
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Chariot riding downstairs.
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We made clay animals.
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So did a lot of other kids it seems.
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Gianna had a great time just hanging out with her mom.
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There was rope climbing.
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Some people even sing while they're on it.
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Rock climbing.
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I love this picture Daisy took of me & Sophie. She had fallen a bit from rock climbing and I was trying to tickle her so she wouldn't cry. Worked like a charm.
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Bubbles!
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We painted butterflies.
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And Daisy put them up on the tree.
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We listened to all kinds of sounds on the headphones.
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And then played pretend with these monster bugs.
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This is the barnyard we all danced in before the museum closed. The lights were set low. I teased Sophia about her new "boyfriend".
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I love the wallpaper and plates for the light switches.
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There was so much more to do, but we just didn't have the time. If you have kids and are in San Diego, take them here! I'd come here even if I didn't have kids with me, but that would be weird. Thank goodness for Sophia!
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1 comments:

Daisy Varley said...

Awww...so SWEET! Love them all...and not just because the majority of the images consist of my girls...well, okay yes, that's why I love them ;) We had so much fun hanging out with you Lynn! Miss you bunches!!!

p.s. that girl singing on the rope is Craaaazy!