Monday May 2, 2016.
Charles, Laura and I went to the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh.
When you’re ten months old there are so many “firsts” to experience.
I am so glad I bought a family membership last summer when Mark and Erika’s children came to visit.
Today the waterplay at the end of our visit was his favorite but I didn’t get any photos of his splashing. So much more to explore next visit!
Checking out Henrietta Pussycat puppet from Mr. Rogers Neighborhood.
Playing with toys in The Nursery
Lunch in the café. Mom brought a pouch for Charles. We ordered a slice of cheese pizza. Laura ran into a friend Stephanie and her son Joe in the cafeteria so that was nice.
Making the lights move onto the wall as Laura pushed the stroller through the light.
The Wooden Mirror is amazing. I am still trying to figure it out, how it works.
One of our favorite parts was the helpful woman in the Museum Gift Shop.
We found a little “first car” and a baby beaver Folkmanis puppet for Charles’ first birthday coming in June. (shhhhh, it’s a surprise!)
oh, what fun! looks like he is quite engaged. how wonderful that he is stepping into learning without even realizing that’s what he is doing. he is so privileged to grow up with the notion that learning is fun. good on you!
Thanks Kris. It is amazing to see him explore.
I think mum and grandma enjoyed it as much as Charles!
Maybe even more, Gilly!
He is beyond adorable. I love watching little ones explore. Everything is so new to them.
I didn’t know they had so much for babies, I figured we were a few years out visiting this place. Maybe once 10 months hit will check it out!
Definitely take Charlotte. She’ll love it
We are so lucky to have this place in Pittsburgh! Great for kids! Charles will enjoy it for years to come!
Toys & lights are cool, but that wooden mirror is amazing! What a big boy, and what a fun day. 🙂