As a child, I remember wondering what it would be like to live in an Anthill.
Well, my curiosity was satisfied last night, when we visited the Denver Children's Museum.
I am pretty sure their were more kids present than lived in all of Moscow, ID!
Every step I took I was Godzilla, taking out some toddler! haha,
At one point a child grabbed my hand, thinking I was their mother only to look up terrified as they realized I was, unfortunately, not their mother.
Having made the same mistake before as a little girl, I know they will look back on that moment for the rest of their life as most unsettling. And I got to be a part of it. :)
All the crazy-ness sure made me appreciative to the museum workers for opening it up to the public, they had their hands full!
|Johnny wasn't heavy enough. I can't remember having that problem. Like, ever. Haha.|
|His sister's arm in one hand and his hat in the other. "Come on Caity, we'll stay together. It's crazy up there!"|
|When we got home, John gave William a bath while I made dinner, I found all these bubble pictures on John's phone and they made me laugh.|
Johnny just said, "Can I get something out of my room? I'll be really quiet" (William is sleeping) A few LOUD crashes later, Johnny tip toes from his room with his car-track blanket from my mom and says, "I just needed to get my car circus."