Thursday, June 7, 2007

Church History Museum

Last night I went on a date. We went out to dinner and then went to the Church History Museum. It has been several years since I have been there. On the top floor there is a children's area that is really cool. I thought that Nya would love it. So today I took Nya, Sophia (age 4) and Natalie (age 12) to the museum. They had a great time. In one area you can build a temple with wood blocks. Here is a picture of Sophia building a temple.



Nya and Sophia building a temple



Here they are coloring stained glass windows. They had a lighted board that you could put the colored picture on and it looked like stained glass.


Natalie and Nya playing dress up as Angels. Nya is holding a little stuffed sheep. She grabbed it out of the Nativity scene and didn't want to leave it.



Nya, Sophia, and Natalie dressed up as Shepard's.



This quilt was in another part of the museum. I really like it because it is so colorful. Notice how Sophia is sticking out her tongue. I know it is shocking to see me wearing a sweater in the middle of June, but it is freezing here right now. On Tuesday it was in the upper 80's and only cooled down to low 70's at night. Then on WED we got major thunderstorms and the high was only in the 50's. It was 52 degree's when we went to the museum so I had to borrow a sweater from Bekah. Tomorrow it is supposed to be in the 80's again. Random.


I love stained glass. This is so pretty. Too bad the girls weren't looking at the camera.


3 comments:

andrea said...

The museum looks fun. We'll have to go when we come to SLC.

Elysian68 said...

Tell me about your date!!!

Lucy said...

Heard about the museum! Very cool, Amy! It does look like fun. I'll have to take my boys this summer.