He's so cute, Gayle. I love his smile!
nice way to spend a day...was just down in NC this last week...looks like he is having fun...
AAHHHH! To see the world in the eyes of wonderment of a child again.
I went there last fall and you're right. It's lots of fun! He's so cute!
Definitely looks like he was having fun, and of course learning at the same time. What a great way to spend time with him!
Gayle, this post just took me back! I remember when mine was small and we'd take him to the Science Center, he LOVED it!I'm so glad you all had a great time!
gayle you're a sweet soul.
Back in Indiana, we loved to take the grandkids to the fossil beds. Of course I loved to go back without them so I could gaze in wonder instead of having to say "DON'T JUMP ON THE FOSSILS!!!"
Aren't grandkids wonderful? They inspire us to do things and go places we might not have otherwise done.
Those interactive museums are wonderful!
I was always looking for hands on museums for my boys, whenever we were traveling anywhere. Now in their 20's they still love museums and anything educational/historical. Nice!How lucky your grandson is to have you taking him to wonderful places like this. He will hold the memories forever!! :D
I love museums!! My grandson and I spent an entire day in the Spy Museum and the Museum of Crime in Washington DC last summer. I am not sure which one of us enjoyed it more. Making memories with our Grands is such a wonderful thing to do. Both for them and for us.
Your grandson is so handsome-and lucky to have such a nice grandma.
Great way to spend an afternoon in the summer!
Looks like a great place to explore! Museums, especially ones where kids can interact with things, are the best!!betty
LOVE the Dino Bones!!
You all are the best grandparents!
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