The big kids decided to have a day of fun in St. Louis. They walked over to the City Museum, the perfect place to have oodles of fun! It’s like more like a playground for people of all ages than it is a museum. You can slide into the basement, crawl through underground tunnels, squeeze yourself through holes you never thought you could fit through, climb trees, zip down a ten story slide, chuck balls at your friends or random strangers in the ball pit, climb through wires that stretch out into the air, jump on top of airplanes, and discover secret tunnels and rooms throughout the stretch of the building. There are signs that read “Please Touch” in the museum-like section on the second floor. You can touch paintings, turtle shells, and old pinball machines. Nothing is off limits, except for the gigantic rocking chair which you are left to look at and wish you had one of your own.
I have a ridiculously big smile across my face just thinking about this place. If you want to go to a magical land where every single person is happy go to the City Museum. There is nothing like it. Adults become kids in an instant and kids remember how awesome being a kid really is :-)
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Inflatable pool full of dad’s hot air
I was three years old splashin’ everywhere
And so began my love affair with water
On a river bank with all my friends
A big old rope tied to a limb
And you’re a big old wuss if you don’t jump in the water
And when that summer sun starts to beatin’ down
And you don’t know what to do
Grab your swimming trunks, ice up that old Igloo
And drive until the map turns blue
All you really need this time of year
Is a pair of shades and ice cold beer
And a place to sit somewhere near water
This is how my family does water according to a song by Brad Paisley. I was thrown into a pool before I could even walk. I learned to fish when I was just big enough to hold a pole. I know how to drive a boat, drink beers on a boat, wakeboard, tube at a nice relaxing pace, deep sea (lake) dive, snorkel, float on a raft, jet ski, swim at night, and post importantly, I know how to appreciate the family that I get to spend time with, in and out of liquid.