It was a lot of fun once we figured out how to keep our little ones entertained in there. We were sure on our toes as the museum docents hovered over us and constantly notified us of our dangerous proximity to the showcase glass! We got the kids excited by pointing out depictions of injured soldiers, playing "I spy," and matching brochure photos to works in the galleries. The kids got into imagining boat paintings were paintings of ghost pirate ships and every dancer was a princess ballerina.
Then today I taught Joy School and had the kids mimic a Jackson Pollock painting we saw at the museum. It didn't take long till paint was splashing on my walls, shirt, and face! I should've seen that one coming!!
Yes, Noah IS about to cry in this picture! He gets a little moody sometimes when Joy School is at his house!
We also had a very happy birthday for Josh yesterday. He turned 28. The kids were so into it. PK told Josh happy birthday every free second she could.