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Got any plans for Father’s Day? Make sure to drop by the Children’s Museum! We’ll be offering ✨FREE✨ Museum admission to dads and granddads on Father’s Day! Make precious memories as you and your little one explores three floors of giggle-inducing fun and take part in some hands-on programs!
Still have lots of holiday shopping to do? Drop the kids off at our special Drop ‘n Shop Kid’s Day Out from 10am-1:30pm on Friday, 12/22 at USA Gilbert, so you can get to checking off that list! http://ow.ly/Y8MJ30hdm3K
There is something satisfying about going with my family to an art gallery. We all leave with a desire to create and the art supplies I have been collecting are rediscovered. My boys typically want to do something active and I usually think of a few standby activities before seeking out cultural exhibits. But there will always be movies to watch, indoor parks with longer summer hours, and we can always fit in some pool time after a short gallery visit.
Boys and grumpiness are two things our family knows a bit about. Contrary to popular belief, boys have a lot of emotions and expressions. They can even be dramatic. (Gasp!) Without knowing much about the story, I was excited to see that Finegan Kruckemeyer’s The Grumpiest Boy in the World addressed the emotional self of boys.