Saturday, September 25 was the birthday of Zach. It was an off day too for all. Zach is two now. Shannon had arranged a visit to Marbles Museum, a museum for kids in Raleigh that is the capital of North Carolina.
But the place was a real interesting one for the kids to impart a lot of knowledge about many things placed in different enclosures dedicated to various subjects and to get entertained too. Kids were free to handle the things placed there in whatever way they wanted. And those accompanying them could also try hand and refresh some knowledge. With an entrance fee of $5 per person, it appeared to be a commercially viable too.
Both Emma and Zach enjoyed everything they came across, be it the model ship or submarine, or the railway system. Shannon found it useful enough to get a season ticket of the place for the whole year.
And finally we returned. But I have been pondering still how the sponsorers of the statue of Gandhi could have done a better job. How could the kids could have noticed him and known his name?