Friday, May 17, 2013

The Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Last night, Elaine’s Sunday School class had an outing to the Brooklyn Children’s Museum.  Nolan will be in the class soon, so he was invited along too!  We enjoyed a supper together, then Elaine’s teacher Alisa gave a short devotion.  After that we headed into the museum to play!

There is a tot section for kids ages 5 and under.  They have a sandbox, giant water table, dress up area, music area, and more.

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The kids love this part!

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Selah and Elaine

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Elaine and Nolan
Even though his smock covered his feet, somehow Nolan still managed to have dripping pants when we left!

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Nolan loves shoes, and he was excited to try on these boots!  Not quite as excited when he tripped trying to walk, though!

There are several different ethnic sections, including an Italian pizza parlor and an International Grocer.  The kids can build their own felt pizzas, or go grocery shopping and pay the checker for their food!  The kids loved the pizza parlor this time!

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Nolan wanted a soda!  (I thought he looked so cute in his apron!)

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Elaine making her pizza.  I think she chose anchovies.  Maybe I should let her taste an anchovy pizza sometime!

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Nolan dropped his pizza in the floor, so he had to remake it!

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Putting the pizza into the oven, and taking it out when it was cooked.

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Answering a phone order.  Selah and Nolan were losing a pizza out of the oven!

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Delivering the pizza on a scooter – Nolan, Elaine, and Selah.

And the highlight of the night is driving a City Bus, but my pictures didn’t turn out.

Thanks, Miss Alisa, for a fun outing!

1 comment:

  1. Looks like so much fun. Next time we visit I want togo there! :)

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