Little Feet

On Saturday, Eirinn, my husband, my friend Carly, her husband, and Eirinn’s bff Lucy, and I went to this awesome place called Little Feet.  It’s this big room, filled with climbing things and soft toys that are all safe for little ones.  There are climbers, a fleet of push cars, a wall of exersaucers and bouncy chairs for smaller babies, a velcro wall, a snack area, a change room, and the piece de resistance – a giant inflatable jumping backyard (very bad description; you have to see it to know what I mean).  It costs $8 for the child and nothing for the adults, and it’s only for children up to age 4.

Eirinn had a ball.  She ran for an hour and a half, stopping only once for a snack.  She was like this happy, hyper, flury of playing-baby energy.  She followed an older boy around the room for the last half of our morning, laughing at him, copying him and trying to kiss him (we didn’t let her, obviously).

I was promised by Carly that Eirinn would sleep for hours afterwards.  Under normal circumstances, that may have happened, but we had to do a little shopping first and she fell asleep then.  She woke up when I tried to get her out of the car.  That resulted in a half an hour nap all day.  She had a full-on grrr by about 3pm.  But I can’t complain because she had so much fun (and it was our fault for not going straight home). 

So, two thumbs up, 5 stars, ten baby giggles out of ten, for Little Feet.  Definitely check it out if you’ve never been.


1 Response to “Little Feet”

  1. 1 Carly July 20, 2007 at 7:04 am

    Not to brag or anything (*ahem*), but Lucy slept for more than two hours this day.

    You definitely have to watch your little hooligan and her kissy-kiss with random stranger ways…

    Glad you had fun. Let’s go again!

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