Wow!  48 hours ago I was able to experience with my children something, or rather someplace, I hadn’t experienced since I was a child myself.  I took my children to The American Museum of Natural History.   Yup!  The same museum from the A Night at the Museum movies.

They were completely astonished by all they saw…and so was I.  It changed a lot since my first, and last, childhood visit, but the feeling was still the same.  Tons of questions were raised and answered.  New theories were raised.  I watched my children’s faces light up as they were able to touch fossils and view slide shows. My most favorite thing, however, was watching them go from exhibit to exhibit reenacting the fear they would have had if they had encountered such an animal.  Of the hundreds of exhibits they did this at, I could never tire of it.   They fuss and fight with each other a lot in a battle for individuality.  On this day, however, my 14 year old son, 11 year old son and 8 year old daughter were friends…NOW THAT IS WHAT I CALL SCARY!

Monster Faces

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3 Responses to Blog: Monster Faces

  1. cropperkathy says:

    Great page Tameka! And thanks for the tip on the museum. On our way to Washington DC in October for a wedding – very few free days, so we are having a hard time deciding which Museums to visit – Natural History was #1 on one boy’s list – may have moved up on my list – Kathy

  2. Jenny says:

    A fun day was had by all! Including mum!!

  3. Carolyn says:

    Love this! It’s a terrific use of Times New Roman, by the way. GREAT job!

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