What to Do This Weekend: UNICEF Kid Power, Polar Bears & Toddler Yoga!

Where did this week go?! I’m not complaining, I cannot wait for a weekend full of fun with my babe! We’ve got a packed agenda filled with giving back, bubbles and perfecting our potty training. Here are some entertaining ideas if you still need some inspiration!

What do in Chicago: Unicef Kid Power and Toddler Yoga.

Photo Credit: Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, Getty Images, Untamed Science, Busylizzy, Lincoln Park Zoo & MLB.

Turtle Feeding at the Peggy Notebaert  Nature Museum: Saturday is World Turtle Day! Celebrate with a live turtle feeding at 1pm. It’s free with basic admission, which is $9 for adults, kids between 3 and 12 are $6 and babes under 3 are free.

UNICEF Kid Power Event at the Chicago Children’s Museum: This magnanimous event puts an emphasis on teaching your child to do their part, which I am all about! By purchasing UNICEF’s Kid Power bands your babe can get much needed meals to kids all over the world just by exercising. Get more details here!

 Masters of Disguise at the Shedd Aquarium: Every little goes through a phase where they are obsessed with something, and if that current something is frogs, you’re in luck! The Shedd has an exhibit about amphibians that blend into their environment. It is a must see, if you can find them! Catch a glimpse of some of the stars of the exhibit and don’t forget to buy tickets online ahead of time!

Toddler Yoga at Monica & Andy: This new class offered by Monica & Andy at their Lincoln Park location is an easy way to introduce kids to yoga. It’s designed for children between ages 1 and 3 years old. If you were a fan of  their mom and baby class but your babe has since outgrown it, this is the next step up! The class takes place on Tuesday, May 23rd and costs $15. Sign up ahead of time on their website.

Daily Activities at the Lincoln Park Zoo: Now that it finally feels like spring outside (we even got a taste of summer!) all I want to do is be outdoors. Zelda loves visiting the rhinos, and when we made a quick stop at the zoo last week I realized how many impressive activities they host during the day. Next on our list? Visiting the polar bears!

 Wrigley Field Tour: Big and little baseball lovers will flip over touring Wrigley Field. The tour times fluctuate depending on game days, so take a look at what to expect before you go. It costs $25  for each person, and children under two years old are free. The tour lasts up to an hour and a half, so make sure everyone is ready to walk outside!

Atlanta, Georgia

Z and I have never been down to Atlanta, but it’s on our bucket list! If you live in Atlanta, these places might already be your favorites, but they are always worth revisiting. What are your favorite hot spots in Georgia?

Mary Mac's Tea Room.

Photo Credit: Odyssey Online, Mary Mac’s Tea Room & Great Buildings. 

Mary Mac’s Tea Room: Established in 1945, this restaurant has been around for 72 years so you know they’re doing something right! The menu boasts traditional southern food that both kids and adults will flip over.

High Museum of Art: Make sure you see everything Atlanta’s art museum has to offer with a guided tour. Tours are offered on weekends only and begin at 2pm. BONUS! They are free with admission, which is $14.50 for everyone over six years old. Kids five and under are free!

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