We started on Sunday at the Brooklyn Museum.
We are now members, and can go whenever! By the time we finished signing up for our membership, Penny was pretty much done, and she had just been earlier in the week, so it was our shortest museum visit of P&MMW.
On Monday, we dropped Milo off at daycare, then met Papa Dan at the Guggenheim. There was an Alberto Burri exhibit titled "The Trauma of Painting". The Guggenheim was a perfect venue for this exhibit, and Penny really seemed to be paying attention and making thoughtful observations.
Unfortunately, after the museum, Penny started complaining that she was really cold and super exhausted. She staggered home, where it turned out she had a fever, so she changed into pajamas and basically went straight to bed.
ALSO, Milo had been developing spots and losing his appetite. There had been a couple of cases of coxsackie in his classroom, so they asked me to take him in to the doctor in the morning.
Tuesday, Penny spent the day on the couch for the most part, and Milo was diagnosed with coxsackie.
|Harry Potter marathon!|
|Sickness cannot stop P&MMW!|
While Milo was napping, Penny and I took a virtual tour of the Louvre, and then watched Please Don't Eat the Pictures, day three was saved!
On Wednesday, we went to the Museum of the Moving Image.
They were having screenings of the Shaun the Sheep Movie, and we met up with Grandma Ronnie (happy birthday!) and Papa Dan to watch it. We were hoping to then join in a stop motion animation workshop, but apparently that sold out a week in advance. We have resolved to have our own stop motion animation workshop at home starring Penny's Barbie dolls. We had a great time looking at the museum's collection, and the Egyptian Theatre was especially fun after having just watched Please Don't Eat the Pictures.
And today, Thursday, was the final day of P&MMW, as well as the last day of 2015. We decided to blow it all out and hit TWO museums. Firstly, we went to the Sony Wonder Lab (almost 12 years at SPE, and I had never been!).
Next, we went to The Museum of Modern Art.
Sadly, Milo didn't have much more patience in him, so after the Pollack exhibit and one spin around the "Take an Object" exhibition, we brought P&M (with special guest star Milo) MW to a close. This was so much fun, I am hoping to make it an annual tradition, hopefully with 200% fewer illnesses next year.