At the beginning of the year our church meeting schedule changed from 9am-12pm (the perfect time!) to 11am-2pm (not so perfect time...). Let's just say the time switch has been.... challenging... We have a definite routine with Fox and it doesn't mesh well with our new time slot. Lunch is at noon, nap time is at 1. Smack dab in the middle of church. Add that to the fact that Fox has been throwing more and more tantrums lately (the terrible twos have definitely come early!) and Sundays = miserable. Even though Fox looks like he's 2, it's not looks that matter to be admitted to nursery, it's age. (Nursery is where all the kids age 18 months to 3 years (correct me if I'm wrong) hang out for two hours during Sunday School and Priesthood/Relief Society so the parents can actually pay attention). Fox isn't 18 months old until April 14th - nearly two months away. Instead of roaming aimlessly through the halls today, we decided to check out Nursery! As long as parents stay with their kiddos until they "come of age" they can be in there.
Fox's toy of choice: a big green bouncy ball. He held onto this thing for dear life.
He didn't really interact with any of the other kids, he just watched from afar.
Faux Nursery is definitely a step up from meandering through the halls for two hours! Counting down the days 'til he's legit!