Monday, April 28, 2008

Children's Discovery Museum

Wrapping up our trip to Chattanooga, Emily, myself, Grandma H and Brenna went to the Discovery Museum this afternoon. It wasn't crowded in the slightest, and in some instances we were the only people playing with certain exhibits, so that made our visit very pleasant. Like our other activities, I have a slew of other pictures not posted here, and will upload some bonus shots once we get home later this week.

Below, Brenna is playing with some duckies in a water exhibit that she found most enjoyable, playing here for at least twenty minutes before we were allowed to move on. It's here that I got a small bucket of water splashed on me after I told our daughter to stop dumping water out of the pool. Ah, that crafty Brenna.

Here we are thrilled to be having our picture taken for the hundredth time today.

In the same area we found some cool tables to color on, as well as on paper. Chalk and crayons were involved. I'll post some more of these over on the Brenna Art Gallery blog when time permits.

Mambo! Here Brenna is enjoying the music room, getting down to the guitar and drums that played on command here.

In another area of the music exhibit, Brenna and Emily explore the studio space with a cowbell.

Musical inspiration turned into a wrestling free-for-all, with Brenna beating me senseless (not really) with a recently found drumstick.

This next beauty of a picture is for Grandma Becky, who claims I'm always singling her out for not so flattering pictures of her that get posted here. I don't think it can get much worse than this.

Ah, some magic from Brenna, playing the The Entertainer on the piano like a pro.

Outside the museum, Grandma H pulled Brenna up in a swing via a pulley system. Emily and I later did the same with ourselves, much to our satisfaction.

More pictures to follow, stay tuned!


SpenceOhana said...

Looks like you guys had a blast! Brenna is so cute. :-)

Darrick & Melanie said...

That museum looks awesome! Glad you all had a fun trip and made it safely home.