Sunday, October 18, 2009

Zoo Boo

Our little Bumble Bee is getting so big! Marilyn's costume came as a gift from her Great-Grandma Day Day in Nashville. It is so cute! She even sent a leotard and tights to make sure that the cooler Indy air wouldn't be too much for Miss Buzzz. We went to the Zoo Boo where all the little people come dressed up for Halloween at the Zoo.

Anything at the Zoo has Marilyn's approval. She liked getting to see the other kids in the costumes. But I think her favorite was a twirling Elmo that she met on the dance floor.

In this one, the seals just started barking- you can see the surprise on Marilyn's face.

Watching the other kids on the dance floor before deciding to join in. Yes, she wowed them all when she twirled and did her fancy dance moves.

Here the fog machine made it a little hard to see while dancing.

Talking to the ducks.

Full on cuteness. I just love her excitement. Zoo Boo was wonderful. In order to leave, I did have to tell Marilyn that the animals needed to go back to sleep.

After the Zoo we went out to dinner Downtown and Marilyn was able to see construction equipment, trains and horses- her favorite things. It must have been like day in Heaven for our little two year old.


Brett said...

So many cute photos! A fog machine? Is that really necessary? That costume is very cute and she's such a great sport for wearing it the whole time.

Kate Godfrey said...

She is so adorable! It looks like the costume fits perfectly. I love her tutu and antenna. I laughed when I saw the picture. If she has started dancing in public, we may need to get her some formal dance instruction from cousin Joel as I have seen the dance moves passed on from her mother and they are ... interesting. Glad everyone had a good time at Zoo Boo. The animals needing to go back to sleep excuse won't last forever, you know.

Anonymous said...

I love the picture of her talking to the ducks!!

Aunt Deb

Unknown said...

I just love these pictures! Such cute little legs! I'll be on the lookout for those "interesting" dance moves from either party.