Rock climbing–it’s for kids too.
It was as if she’d been rock climbing her whole life. That said, she is only five. Today, my daughter kept up with the best adult climbers as she adeptly made her way up the 30-foot climbing wall at Rock Spot Climbing in Lincoln over half a dozen times. Using top roped climbing, she was harnessed into a belay device to protect against a sudden fall and create a smooth, slow (and apparently fun) ride down.
When my husband asked her before bed if she’d like to go back, she said yes, she’d love to go back tomorrow.
Rock Spot Climbing
100 Higginson Ave
1174 Kingstown Rd
South Kingstown, RI
They also have the largest indoor bouldering facility in New England at:
67 Sprague St
The proud owner of a handmade doll–that is, made by her very own hands.
Soccer, gymnastics, piano — these are the afterschool activities that may typically come to mind. But sewing?
Since Geoff bought himself a sewing machine last year, our five-year-old daughter has taken an interest in a new type of arts–the material kind. So for her birthday, she received a private sewing workshop from Kreatelier’s Alexis Cormier. When I left her there with Geoff, I figured she’d make a little hand-puppet or something. Instead, I arrived an hour later to discover she had nearly completed a doll in her own likeness, down to the curly hair.
Of course, in addition to the sewing workshops for children and adults, Kreatelier is also a store selling locally handmade bags, pillows, fabric jewelry, clothes and other items. And for anyone not interested in making a doll from scratch, those are for sale too–complete with custom clothes and shoes.
804 Hope Street