We made it to Boston just fine — both flights were uneventful and landed right on time — and ventured downtown today to visit the Boston Children’s Museum with Baby B and Baby O in tow, and we really had a great afternoon. We spent most of our time in their PlaySpace, an area especially for kids 0-3 years old. There she could play among kids closer to her size as opposed to the kids on school field trips who were a little bit older, more energetic, and less careful about where they were running.
Probably Baby B’s favorite part was this playground thing that had stairs (her new favorite “toy”; we don’t have stairs at home, so she’s loved going up and down at Serenity’s house) and also a slide. She’s definitely a climber, as she quickly figured out how to climb up the slide from the bottom and then slide down that way. They also had a boat exhibit with water stations set up for the kids to play in, including one at just the right height for young toddlers. I’m so glad we ended up going there, and even though I’m sad that we don’t live here and can’t go back except during visits, it was great for Serenity to be with us so she could see just how much fun Baby O will have there, say, a year from now. I think they’ll end up having a lot of fun.
Some pics from our day at the children’s museum: