11/13/08

Day in Baltimore

Yesterday I took the boys to the Port Discovery Museum, in Baltimore. It was ammmmmaaaaaazing. And not just the museum...the entire city was so great!!! Cute shops, adorable restaurants. It was so colorful and just a very happy place!! I took a few pictures of the scenery, so I'll post those first...

This tower is kind of blurry because I just took it last minute as I was driving ;)

And now, here are some museum pics. Here the boys are climbing up the three-story tree house...

This is a picture of some of the big tree house thing. It was three stories tall and was made of bridges, rope climbing and lots of slides :). It was so much fun!!!

Here is a shot I took of the top level...one of the views at least - it was humongous!!

Here is the big ball pit. They had a blast in there; it was like 4 feet deep!

Climbing on the train...

Eli loved the crane!

This was an actual moving conveyor belt. It had the molds of the shapes, and like the puzzles, you had to put the right shape in the right hole. The thing kept score, and it was one of Eli's favorite things. We spent about 45 minutes at that thing!

They had a really cool soccer field indoors, and we had fun playing on that. Luckily it wasn't crowded, so we could spend as long as we wanted at the different stations and activities.

And that's all I'll post for now! I took a lot of pics, but I don't want to resize all of them...yet!

4 comments:

Melinda said...

What a fun place and what a good mommy you are for carting your children all over the northeast! : ) Glad you all had a good time.

Casey said...

Thanks for stopping by (and commenting!) on my BATW day!

In my mind, I totally left a comment for you on your military housing from heaven post. Oops!

I would love for you to add me to your followed blogs. I look forward to keeping up with you as well!

Stacey said...

Thanks Melinda! As long as I've got my GPS, I can go anywhere!!! :)

Awww Casey thanks! :) Yeah, we're excited to get to experience this housing...Lord knows it isn't all like this..haha

Shawna Byrd said...

What a neat place! I wish Oklahoma had more neat places like that to take kiddos. Your kids will have some neat experiences growing up!