The Children’s Museum

When I was in California, we went to the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County a couple times and had a great time. The place was overrun with adorable little kids having fun with the multitude of activities available. It’s a great option if you need something to do indoors, or want to arrange a play date.

Indoors is very pretty with colorful decorations and activities anywhere you look.

I started by walking around downstairs looking at the various activities.

In the back, downstairs, is the toddlers area. Shoes are not allowed and there is a height requirement. It’s a good place for the little ones to play without worrying about being overrun by any bigger kids.

There is just as much fun stuff to do upstairs, so don’t miss it!

We had a good time at the museum, and it was really fun to see all the kids enjoying themselves. One of the days was Veterans Day and school was out, so the museum was very well attended. There was a line out the door waiting to come in as we left. I’m glad Sonoma County has made this available to the community. It’s clearly being enjoyed by many.

I think I’m caught up on California news and pictures. My daughter and her husband are taking care of the kids on their own this week which I’m sure is challenging at times, but they are doing great and I have no doubt that they will be just fine.

Next up, news and pictures from Seattle and the newest baby!

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About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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6 Responses to The Children’s Museum

  1. ME BE in Panama says:

    Nice that you’re retired and can be ther with them. You are a wonderful mom & g’ma Kris!

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  2. I’ll bet you are worn out!!! lol Have fun and hugs those babies for me.

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  3. Sunni Morris says:

    A children’s museum is a great idea. Don’t we all we wish we still had that kind of energy?

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