Today I took Quinn to the Playseum, a fun new children’s play space near me. There were many incredible and fun things to do there. Many. But when I was paying my admission fee and the lady told me that there were baby bunnies that the kids could pet, I knew that I would happily open my wallet and give her all of my cash if she asked. Because…bunnies. Baby bunnies.
No, wait. That was me.
and mashed their heads together to make them kiss.
After, like, forty minutes, the bunny wrangler put the rabbits away and we were forced to visit the other parts of the Playseum.
This next group of photos is cute too. Not Baby Bunny Cute, but still cute.
There was one room that looked like the kind of room I would imagine a grandma would hang out in. With the exception of the bunny room, Quinn liked it here best.
Next up was a trip to the grocery store. Why do they complain so much when you take them to an actual grocery store, but they will happily play for hours in a pretend store?
I made him wear an apron for a while to accurately play the part of a worker.
And you’re never going to believe this, but they had a terra cotta warrior!
Something about the scale is off.
So, yeah, all that was fun and all, but don’t you really think we should go back to the room with the bunnies? Amid the seventeen hundred photos of Quinn with a tiny rabbit that I took, I also found a few of him interacting with the other animals that the Playseum had.
Like this dove.
Quinn also liked the hamster. Especially after the lady let him feed it pieces of apple. Then we got to feel his cheeks to check out where he’d stashed the food.
All in all, a pretty successful afternoon. See? Not every outing is chaos.