It’s cool Schmidt, we don’t know what kids are up to these days either.
If your kid, or someone else’s kid, prefers quiet, contemplative days wandering a museum rather than a playground, or they just like bright shiny things (here’s looking at you Koons) here are some great gift ideas to keep them occupied for the next 20 minutes.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art cardboard Bunny Book is the perfect museum companion for your teething toddler. They can eat the book instead of trying to grab at paintings, just make sure they don’t try to throw it at a Rothko or something.
This baby bib of A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat at the Art Institute of Chicago will help keep all that drool off the artwork.
If your kids are a little older and prefer to wear their art on their sleeve, these Uniqlo shirts at the Museum of Modern Art shop are inspired by the ever so popular Yayoi Kusama. Check them all out in yellow, red, and black.
Awwww, look how happy that little poop machine will be!