One of my friends has 3 year old twins (b/g). Her hubby and her want to start spending one on one time with them where she takes out her daughter for a special activity, then takes out just her son for a special activity, and her husband does the same. They've thought of childrens museums, the park, pottery barn, but they'd like more ideas. Well, I have your answer. Picnics, movies, aquariums, zoo, bike riding (can use the seat on back of bike), finding shells at the beach, build a bear. . Pumpkin patch, hay ride. . Fun centers like chuck e cheeses, to a pond to feed the ducks.
The Children's Museum of IndianapolisEntertainmentThe Children's Museum's Volunteer Spotlight: Edna2013-09-05T17:28:13. 000Z2013-10-09T17:18:55. 000ZThe Children's Museum's Volunteer Spotlight: MeganThe Children's Museum of IndianapolisEntertainmentThe Children's Museum's Volunteer Spotlight: Megan2010-03-23T16:25:04. 000Z2013-11-13T18:42:13. 000ZWaterWays Exhibit at Chicago Children's MuseumStudents explore the earth's most abundant resource in Chicago Children's Museum's splashy WaterWays exhibit. Copyright 2010 Chicago Children's Museum.