Good stuff. After all, with my name on it, how could it not be fabulous?
When we arrived at ArtBeast Studio, I had a hard time deciding what to do first. One of my first masterpieces became the painting wall:
I was really good at mixing colors.
Nana played with the Moon Sand with me. I'm not sure who enjoyed it more. Tough call.
Then it was off to the indoor fort. This thing was really cool - it took up the whole room! I had a blast climbing up the ramp to the "kids only" loft. I spent quite a bit of time up there playing with the baby-dolls.
Here we are in the toddler room. Nana was playing with me - see those legs sticking out over there? She was trying to get me to climb through but I was having none of it. Sorry, Nana.
I loved the piano downstairs in the dramatic play room. Just call me Beethoven!
We needed a break after all of this playing (read: Noah needed a NAP) so we left ArtBeast for a little while. After a nap, we took a short trip to IKEA. I had a little too much fun with the Noah-size sink and automatic sensor faucet in the family bathroom at IKEA.
As you can see, I was quite pleased with myself.
After lunch, we went back to ArtBeast because your entrance fee is good for an all day pass. (Note: Don't tell my Nana that without expecting her to make good use of said day pass!)
Anyhow, we went out to the outdoor play area when we got back. I made some mud pie, gave some babies a bath....
...and made some music with all of the hanging pots & PVC pipes. It was super fun!
Art Beast was really cool! I can't wait to go again! Who wants to join me?