Sunday, August 23, 2009

Kids in Action indeed!

Friday we went to another moms group meet up... this time at a play/gym/activity place! It was fun... 45 mins with the space just for our moms group! J and E both had a fabulous time. In fact J told me while we were there, on the way home, and when he got up from his nap... "Mama, that was fuuuun".

The room had a psuedo climbing wall, tons of mats in various shapes, wedges, steps, and stuff. There were big and small trampolines, rings to hang on and swing from, balance beams, and lots of other climbing planks, slides and tumble stuff! Not to mention balls and hula hoops of all sizes!

Towards the end they turned up the music and on came a bubble machine!! Both boys enjoyed that... J jumped up to get them and stomped on them. E just crawled everywhere (didn't care that he was amongst a bunch of little stomping feet) and smacked all the bubbles that made it to the floor!

It was a bit far for us to get to so both boys feel asleep on the way home and it screwed up the nap taking for the day. BUT can't beat the fun they had! So we'll take the bad with the good and the good with the bad :)


Charlene said...

Wow that sounds like a lot of fun. I was going to say it would be a nice place to go when the winter boredom sets in, but since it's kind of far, you might not want to. I really wish we had something like that around here. The most we have is those indoor play areas at BK and McD's haha.

p.s. the boys are getting so big and they are just so stinkin' adorable!

Tys said...

Luckily Char we don't have to worry about winter around here... I think on the coldest of cold days it's 40 for a split second in the early morning in Jan :)

So actually summer is when everyone is indoors!

I really liked the Evan could crawl around and have a good time too!

Anonymous said...


WOW ~ I forget to check for a couple of days and there are 2 new postings! YEAH! I love to hear about all the plans and activities going on and of course seeing pictures of J and E. Thanks for sharing.

Love Ya,
Aunt J