Do my kids love the zoo or what. It was hard to get cute pictures of them, because most of the time I just saw this. . .
Lucky for me I actually got them all looking at the camera for this one shot. . . Love them and love it that they love the zoo.
Even though Max had his nose glued to the map, I still managed to get us lost. He was always pulling out his map to make sure we didn't miss a thing. He could not ~ could not wait to get to the gorillas. Good thing we found them. I don't think he would have let us leave the park.Alexander would just stand outside every animal cage for what seemed like my whole life. The family just waited and waited patiently while he soaked all the zoo excitement in. I have to say that Barrett was Hilarious. After nearly three hours at the zoo we were way done. Tim told the kids that the zoo was closing and we had to hurry out. After all they let the tigers and lions out. Who knows what happens at the zoo once it closes?!?!? Barrett proceeded to tell every animal to go into their homes, "Elephant, roar coming, go home, you need to go home!" "Monkey, Tiger coming, roar coming!" Barrett wasn't just telling them. It was pretty intense. He was yelling at every single animal all the way to the front gates. He was genuinely concerned about their wellbeing.Little Miss was still a little under the weather, but you better believe that she was not letting that stop her. She was all about keeping up with her brothers. She was just a step behind with her bag of grapes.