We got comp tickets for all of us at silver dollar city!
It is what we needed, a day for just play.
It is what all of us needed.
The kids have had a blast, and I am pretty sure the interactive learning playground was better physical and occupational therapy as anything else, and definitely the best play therapy ever.
They are learning signs like “wait” and “my turn”/”your turn” and “quiet” and practicing manner signs like “please” and “thank you”, so it was a fun test for me to take my ears off for a while during the time we were doing rides.
It was also a nice rest.
I found myself with eyes searching the crowds for words on hands.
We also are practicing not running off, and staying together as a group.
The new jogging stroller has a safety strap to attach to your wrist so the stroller doesn’t get away from you when you are running.
I told them it is called “the strap of shame”, and anyone who doesn’t stay with the group gets to wear it and stay with me and the stroller for as many minutes as you are old.
Nobody wants the strap of shame.