Vacation pictures, part 4

Judging by the amount of comments, you are all loving the photos this week! (end sarcasm here.) Don’t worry, I only have 500 more pictures to inflict on you. Just kidding! I think today will finish it off.We tried to go to the Military Police museum on post at Fort Leonard Wood, but it was closed for renovation while we were there. The kids got to run around at a small park opposite the museum and look at all the vehicles on display there, which was fun for them – especially Tad.
Tad discovers BIG toys

Ane measures herself against a tire

Tad on top

Belle on top

Ane on top

Q-Bee and I took the kids on an overnight trip to St. Louis. We planned a full day at the Magic House (the renowned children’s museum) and the St. Louis Zoo. We wore the kids out so much at the Magic House that they really didn’t get into the zoo as much. So I only took a few pictures at the zoo (I wish I’d had a video camera at the penguin exhibit), but I took lots at the Magic House – Ane still talks about the fun she had there. It’s perfect for any child of any age – there is truly something for everyone there.
Sand and light table at the Magic House

Ane finds a dollhouse!

Tad at the sand table

Ane does an experiment

Tad takes a drive

Belle has a turn at the wheel

Water, water everywhere

Ane goes fishing - the coolest part of the Children's Village

Ane goes shopping at the market

Finishing our time at the zoo with this picture

Tomorrow, small anecdotes about our trip. They will be funny, I promise.

3 Responses to “Vacation pictures, part 4”

  1. linda
    July 19th, 2007 08:40

    Ok!!! I should have left a comment earlier but was waiting until the end of the great pictures! Thank you for sharing all of the fun vacation moments…such beautiful children! Treasure the memories and give Ane and Tad big hugs from us!

  2. Laurie
    July 19th, 2007 08:45

    Ya, ya, cute kids. 🙂 Don’t you love it when friends succomb to guilt?

  3. Deanna’s Corner » Blog Archive » Grand Day Out
    April 7th, 2009 01:51

    […] to the museum, and they’ve improved several of the other exhibits. (Though I still think The Magic House outstrips the Children’s Museum by far.) For example, the market area is a lot bigger and […]