Saturday morning in particular with my daughter who is 3 and recently broke her leg so we need something that she won't need to be to mobile for. I would like to be back at Benchwarmers by 1 for the game.
Thought about the Hall of pride again which I think she would enjoy some aspects of that.
Science Center has potential as well. I assume they have activities for preschoolers there.
Is there anything at the historical building that a preschooler would like?
What about the capital building? IS that open for tours saturday mornings? Any other ideas?
Exaggeration is a BILLION times worse than understating.
I have a three year old as well and it's always a challenge to keep them occupied. Usually fun, but always a challenge. Is she on crutches or in a chair?
Of the things my daughter likes, the ones that can possibly be accomplished with a broken leg are: museums of any kind (especially if they have dinosaurs), book store, zoo (probably hard to do this time of year), Chuck-E-Cheese if she sticks to the milder games/rides, movie if there is a cartoon out. Does your city have a rail system? I can get a good half day out of hopping on the "choo-choo" and just riding to wherever it's going. My daughter also loves airplanes, so we can kill a good couple of hours just going to the airport and looking at the planes.
The great thing about that age is they are fascinated by everything. Our job is to just keep up........
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