Earlier this week, I decided to take the kids (plus a neighbor kid) on an outing into the city. First, we got on the trolley.
By the way, you should never never never do this on the trolley. Because this guy is watching very closely. And peeking out the windows is not allowed. (Understandably.)
We got off at Museum of Art, and were stalked by docents everywhere we went. The kids were well behaved, but I got in trouble for trying to take a photograph of the wrong painting. Sooo not allowed. (Good to know.)
Finally, we ended our outing with a stop at this lovely fountain plaza. This is the same one we visited a few weeks ago with my sister, and since we had seen some other kids playing in it, my kids have been begging to go back with their bathing suits to try it out. You'll never guess what the security guard told me about thirty seconds after the children started running through the water.
Nope. Not allowed. (Come to think of it, those other kids didn't play in it very long either.)
Thursday, August 7, 2008
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