December 21, 2012 by admin
A block of dry ice in our Amazon Fresh order this morning sparked something in my brain.
Today’s question: If I take you to go to the truck museum (Kidsquest Museum in Bellevue for us grownups) for a little while, can I go to Target?
They played in the water.
They drove the big truck.
Then they let me have my couple minutes at Target before demanding lunch at Panda Express. It was a fair trade. I might just have to remember this and do the whole thing all over again.
(PS. Factoria Mall is not a fancy mall like Bellevue Square or the Bravern, but it does have an excellent Nordstrom Rack, an Old Navy and a Target, and a pet store so it’s a great place to come shop and play. Especially if you’re from out of town-like from Vancouver BC.)
(PPS I have the Kidsquest Family Fun Deluxe Membership and I love how I’ve used it for free entry at so many other kids’ museums in Washington and beyond! This is my submission for Deliciousbaby’s Photo Friday. )
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