Every summer the local children's museum has it's annual bubble fest. Truthfully, this is only the second time we've gone and I purposely got there at the beginning to guarantee we'd see bubbles. Last year we got there an hour before it was done and everything was basically over, they were out of supplies and it was a bit of a dud. This year we had gorgeous weather so I had it all worked out that we could stay there for awhile. We made it to everything in 15 minutes. It was... disappointing.
Overall? Kind of a dud. I think if you are a small toddler, this was probably the day of your life. Last year they at least had science experiments geared for older kids so that was what we were hoping for. Instead, the closest they got was a station that was going to make like, a silly putty, but none of the volunteers knew the actual ratio so all we got was a ziploc bag full of cornstarch and water that Jackson left in the van and it started to smell.
The only positive was that we got to spend the day together and it was gorgeous weather. We've hardly had any time together as a family this summer because of Matt's work schedule and me doing PTO stuff so it was nice to at least get one really great day this summer.