Sunday, April 18, 2010

The Grand Children Visit

It's always a packed few days when the children come for a visit at Grandma's house. We make trips to the park and playground. Uncle Kevin comes for a visit with them. We go shopping and out for lunch. This week we made cookies and played games when it was too rainy for a hike in the woods. And we went to visit both the Ben and Jerry's factory and the Echo Lake Aquarium and Science Center. We all had fun. Kristen, at eight, was ready to go home on Saturday so she could spend time with her friends and she always misses her mom and dad a bit. Dane, the three year old, was quite ready to move in with Grandma for an unspecified amount of time.

How is it that children nowadays instinctively know how to use a computer? Dane can't read, but he could navigate his way around the interactive computers they had at the museum. I mean, he could pick an activity by the picture, I suppose, but how does he know to hit the start and exit buttons at the appropriate times?

Anyway, it warmed by heart to see how curious and attentive they were at the museum and during the factory tour. Mike didn't go with us, so I was especially thankful for their good behavior.

Now, I think it is a good time for a rainy Sunday afternoon nap.


  1. Bless you my child. You are a wonderful grandmother. You've earned your nap.

  2. Isn't it fun to entertain children? You end up at neat places you normally wouldn't go.
    Kids do seem born computer literate.

  3. Sounds like a good time had by all!

  4. I want to go on a Ben and Jerry's tour!


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