Tuesday, February 23, 2010


I love finding new and fun (and in this case, free) things to do with the kids around Columbia. The newest find (which we've actually heard about a while ago but never managed to make it to) was "Pajama-rama" at the local public library.

It was a great program consisting of stories and hand-puppet shows geared for small children.

Kids are encouraged to come dressed in their jammies - presumably so parents can take them home following the program and tuck them directly into bed.

Jack wasn't too sure what to think about the whole thing at first, having fallen asleep in the car on the way there... But after a while - this is what he was up to... crawling away and making friends with everyone he could get close to.

Anna and James were enthralled with the program, participated in the singing and pantomiming of a few kids songs, but loved the puppet show itself the best.

Neither one wanted to leave when it was over, but the promise of returning another time for another program (and with more time to check out books) lured them away.

Thank you Richland County Public Library!

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