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The Science Of Fashion

Monday, March 1, 2010


For those of you who read yesterday's Madame Butterfly Post, after our trip to the Butterfly House, my husband, baby and I went to the St. Louis Science Center. I haven't been there since I was a kid and it has changed a LOT! The Science Center is a hands-on science museum for children. They have lots of science labs that kids can participate in, an i-max theater, planetarium (pictured above) and bunch of fun kid-friendly activities. I played the laser harp! It was so cool because there weren't any strings but if you ran your fingers through the harp, it triggered laser strings which all played a different note! There is a bridge that crosses the highway with little holes cut out in the floor with glass over it that you can stand on. So, Livie and I stood on it but the Daddy was too chicken (*cluck, cluck!*)



It was pretty crazy and crowded on a Sunday afternoon, so we didn't hang around too long. After we left, we went to the Science Center's Science Park to play. Olivia was pretty much asleep by that time but Pj and I had fun playing.

Here's my impromptu photoshoot in the color maze, which is made of various colored sheets of plexiglass. I will be going back with some awesome color coordinated outfits this spring!






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skirt-thrifted
brooch-antique shop
shoes-target
trench coat-goodwill

7 Responses to “The Science Of Fashion”

  1. that trench is to die for!!! you look lovely!
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  2. Thank you for your lovely comments my dear! Thanks for the sewing tip as well, i think it is a case of just practising.
    Your little one is very cute :) xx

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  3. It looks like so much fun! I love places like that.

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  4. thanks for swingin' by my place...your lil' one is adorable...what a fun family outing...have a rocken' day

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  5. how can I make my hair do that, I wonder...?

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  6. Well, I've actually had several requests so I will be putting up a tutorial sometime this week, hopefully before Sunday! It's very simple, especially when you're lazy like me and don't bother with doing any rag or pin curl sets! Check back in a few days!! xoxo

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  7. Looks like fun! We have a great Science Centre here in Toronto too, my neice and nephew can't get enough of it.

    What a great picture of your little one! Adorable!

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