Agenda: Science Center,
I was having a hard time remembering what we did on the morning of the fourth day. God created the sun and moon on the fourth day. I just can't remember what we did. . .
Oh - nothing.
The kids watched Sesame Street and played games with grandparents. KB was NOT feeling well and so plans were adjusted for the afternoon. Honey and Daddy took Little and Bubs to the Science Center and KB took a NAP while I made Julie's labels and Mom read her book.
The Science Center (SC) would not have been a choice in our Staycation week except for the fact that Variety was hosting an event and part of that event was free admission to the Pirates exhibit. Since this Frugal Female wasn't planning to ever buy tickets to that sucker, we jumped at this opportunity. (Variety is the same group that hosts Little's summer camp each year.)
The afternoon started in the Planetarium. Daddy said that everything was very "special needs" friendly, meaning the staff explained everything that was going to happen before it did - including the lights going down, how long they would stay off, etc.
To get from the planetarium to the main building of the SC you must walk across the interstate in an enclosed crosswalk. In the middle there is this hole so you can watch traffic going by. . . under you. Freaks me out. Obviously, it did NOT freak our children out.
They are watching this: