Dial-up? I'm sorry, because there are pictures galore. On Saturday, Amy and I took all four girls to Explore and More. I get a lot of traffic from people looking for things to do in Gettysburg with their family. I can highly recommend a trip to Explore and More. It's a local children's museum which encourages hands on play.
When we walked in, Greeley was thrilled to discover a giant train table. Truthfully, she and Atlee also love the giant train table at our local library. This kind of makes me a little disgruntled because they never seem quite as thrilled about the giant tote of trains and train tracks under Atlee's bed.
Eh. Bygones. Amy entertained Greeley with a chicken puppet and some pretend eggs.
Explore and More has a fabulous 1860s style kitchen to play in. Apparently, something big happened around here in 1863.
Go on. Twist your neck to the side to see the cute baby with an ear of corn. It's totally worth the pain in the neck.
Here's the fruit and veggie market where she got the ear of corn.
Upstairs, the girls found busy boards to keep busy.
And buttons! Buttons that Greeley could push to her heart was content.
Yeah. I know. Sideways again. But totally worth the kink in your neck again. Perhaps you should go get a massage when your done here. Wouldn't that be nice?
And blocks. Because blocks are always more fun when you're not at home.
Same thing for coloring on paper. A whole room dedicated to making art. They just leave the glitter lying around. Crazy.
Greeley had to go back to the kitchen. She was brewing up a lovely onion tea. Yum.
And the best part? A giant bubble maker.
Trinity was so clever, she was blowing bubbles while in the bubble.
This is just bonus beautiful baby footage.
Now go get that massage. And click on an ad so I can too.