I came to a new city prepared - signing up Kade and Brock for local activities before we even moved! I enrolled Kade in the local toddler free-play class at the community center - very similar to the Renton one we frequented. A little different though - here it's 3 classes at 45 minutes of free play with the last 15 minutes led by an instructor with parachute time, bubbles and a good-bye song.... Renton's was 8 classes of 1 1/2 hours of free play - same cost. Hmm.... what happened to cheaper cost of living??
|Brock all ready for his second day at camp! (they were having an Easter Egg hunt that day!!)|
|Making a purple sting ray!|
|Brock with Miss Karyn|
Couldn't resist trying out the new bathtub WITH JETS!
The new water table has been a huge hit too! We love our backyard!!
Let me just say for their first year doing this, it was "pretty good". It definitely mattered where you were in relation to the entrance of the gate if you/your child had a good time. We had a great location, but I felt really bad for other kids. (Brock learned a hard lesson about sharing as I first made him stop after he collected nearly an entire bag full and then, urged him to give away 5 of his hard-earned eggs to 5 other little children who had ZERO eggs in their baskets)
But he had a great time; definitely a pro now! He was scooping them up as fast he could!
Here he is enjoying his bounty. At this point too he showed me which eggs he picked up that were going to be for Kade. :)