I was 12 when the Playseum opened and am now 17 years old. Many call me little Gina cause my mom and I ar passionate about kids and making a difference.
I love reading, photography, art, bike riding and hanging with my friends. I was the one who laid out the architectural
drawings, measurements and helped with the basic design and layout of the Playseum. Even at 13 my mom included us kids in all the designs and planning of the business. My photography is for sale at the Playseum
and all proceeds of my greeting cards goes directly to our children far away program.
I was 9 years old when the Playseum began and now at 14 I have created an entire line of homemade soap products for kids to make at the Playseum and more specifically the Playseum UPSTAIRS.
My heart is wrapped up in how to make the Playseum more profitable and how to help my mom in the creation of new ideas that can cause kids to be creative. This is an awesome place for my friends to come to after school
and on Saturdays. I love to cook, bake, bike ride, swim, read, create things,
spend time with family and miniature golf.
I was 7 years old when the Playseum opened and now at age 12 I help keep my mom organized and help out wherever needed.
My passion is pets! Since my mom began planning and designing the
Playseum I helped her design and actually nurture our rabbits
and birds from birth. Animals completely consume my mind and I wish
for all to learn to love them as I do. Besides animals, I love to draw, design things on paper, swim ,dress up and go on individual dates with mom.
I was 4 years old when this all began and I am the only boy in the family besides my Dad.
I have helped my mom understand that boys need their place too!
The Hardware Store, nature fishing area, the Pirate ship, the construction room, the court room with a jail have
been my ideas and I donated many of my best toys to the Playseum too! I love
to paint, create, build, play board games and now at age 9 run the crossbow area UPSTAIRS. One day I intend to have my own chain of hotels. I have learned through my mom that customer service is the most important thing when running a business. There is not a day that my mom does not come home without a story about how she enjoys serving her customers.