Jan 14

Alphabet Photo

It is back, Charly at the PODcast blog has brought back the Alphabet Photo linky and I am over the moon. I really enjoy joining in a finding pictures to match the letter.

So, back to the beginning of the alphabet and A is for…

1017535_10153096831675445_469631315_nA is for Astronauts. My two little Astronauts that is. We visited the National Space Centre in Leicestershire a while back and the kids had a great time. There is so much to do and see; but they think that the best thing about the space centre is that the children are allowed to touch the exhibitions!!

There is somewhere to get weighed so you can see how much you would weigh on different planets, videos, buttons and In this area they had the dress up clothes there for them and they are allowed to have a look inside this piece of space technology and fiddle with the buttons.

Both Monkey and Mouse loved every minute of being there and I know we will visit again!

Keep your eyes peeled for the rest of the Alphabet coming over the next few weeks!
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  1. Eileen Teo

    I love their costume! Look so fun!

  2. Mummy of Two

    Brilliant photo! It sounds like it is a great day out!

  3. Mary @ Over 40 and a Mum to One

    That is brilliant! I haven’t been there for years, might have to go there this year with monkey

  4. Charly Dove

    Oh wow it looks absolutely brilliant there, what good fun! Love the photo, what a fantastic choice for letter A. Thank you so much for sharing and joining in #alphabetphoto

  5. jodiekins (@jodiekins22)

    Always love a place where you can have a go on everything and not worry about the children touching stuff. Love the costumes, awesome little astronauts 🙂

  6. adayinthisdadslife

    Sounds so much fun my three would love it there, in all truth is like to go bck to the Cape Kennedy and show the kids all the wonderful space stuff there, one day maybe.

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