Sunday, February 19, 2012

Transportation Museum

If you haven't been to the Transportation Museum in St. Louis, you are missing out! We have a few groupons to go there, and we finally went this past Saturday. It was an Evan/Mommy/Daddy date. Alex got to stay with Me-maw and Pa-paw and had fun as well. Evan had a blast and I can't wait until it gets a little bit warmer to go back, ride the train (that part isn't open until March), spend time in the Creation Station and walk around and see all of the different kinds of trains.




 This place was amazing! It has all different kinds of boats, cars, trains, trucks, dress up costumes that have to do with transportation, puppet show puppets, a huge climbing boat (and you can go underneath of it too), crayons/painting, play kitchen, and Ispy on the walls too. It was so fun and Evan did great with all of the other kids there too! :)



Evan the pirate...argh!!!


 He left this Astronaut costume on for almost the entire time we were there. It was a good thing it had a helmet, because he kept hitting his head underneath the boat playing with another little boy and girl and their dad as the "alligator". They were running and chasing each other to try and get away from him and get out of the water.








Can't wait to go back!

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