Here we are again! What I Ate Wednesday! Since we went to a local museum yesterday and brought our own food for lunch, I figured I would feature those Paleo eats on WIAW’s post today. Next week we are planning some day trips and plan on bringing our own food along and/or find Paleo “approved” foods at where ever we are at. I will do a bigger post sometime before the end of this month featuring all the Paleo “approved” food items I ate on our trips and how it is possible to live Paleo while being out and about with the family.
As always don’t forget to head on over to Jenn’s Peas & Crayons blog and see what other bloggers are eating this week!!
San Bernardino County Museum
After last week’s Dinosaur museum trip that went well with Z, I figured it would be fun to take him to another local museum. Growing up my Mom would take my brother and I to the San Bernardino County Museum quite a bit, mainly because my brother would want to go and I would tag along.
Facts about the Museum
- consists of 3 floors of exhibits: Life in the Air (bird exhibit), North American Mammal hall, main floor includes the gift shop, special feature exhibits and art exhibit
- exhibits and collections in cultural and natural history
- exploration station- contains live animals that are native to the area
- education center, native plant & cactus gardens
Z had the most fun at the exploration station. There were quite a few different reptiles/animals that he was able to touch. One of the employees was very helpful in letting Z explore the place. Z was fascinated with the “fancy” mice that were on display in a cage and the employee even brought out a step stool for Z so he could get a better look.
WE ARE NOT GETTING ANY MICE!!!
Paleo lunch @ the Museum
Since I knew we weren’t going to make it back to the house in time for lunch, I packed our lunches that morning. It took a little extra time in preparing and packing everything, but it was worth it!!
Contents of my lunch:
marinated golden beets
Mom readers: Do you have a favorite museum that you take your kids to?
or if they are grown, was there a favorite museum or place that you always took them to?