It's one of the only places here in town with indoor play for younger children during the winter months. We're very lacking in that area. If I could open a huge jumping gym in town, I would. Then I'd open a Child Development Center on a farm right on the outskirts of town and teach children about gardening, animals, and bugs..but that's a whole different post.
The big kids love the slides and riding toys, the little girls love being held/pushed around in the double/crawling around all the running children. I just love getting out. I know it's good for our children to engage in gross motor play at Pipsqueaks so I try to imagine that every child and adult that walks through the dirty door has thouroughly disinfected their hands, and continues to do so throughout their stay. Then I try to imagine what a day at Pipsqueaks would be like when Luke doesn't take other childrens' chocolate milk or crackers while I'm not looking.
Here's a picture of the girls enjoying a little sit on Momma's lap. I know it looks like Julia took the picture. But because I don't have 3 arms....this is how it turned out...but upside down, so I rotated it for you and your viewing pleasure.