She had so much fun. She waited in line patiently for the other kids to go down the slide.. and mimicked what the big kids were doing! Leaving was a different story. Talk about temper-tantrum!
I only cut off the back and trimmed slightly in the front. Now it’s all even with little layers. I knew that if I took her to get it professionally done, she’d FREAK out. Even with me cutting it she was freaking out, trying to look at the scissors and see what I was doing. I saved the hair..
When I start cleaning.. she grabs her vacuum. When I sweep.. she grabs her princess broom and dust pan. Lets just hope she keeps this “I like to help mommy” attitude through the years! (doubt it!)
She is also very helpful with Stone, when he starts fussing, she’ll give him his paci, hold it in his mouth until he latches onto it while bouncing him gently and telling him “it’s ok baby Stone”. ::love::
BUT, and that’s a huge BUT, the best part of our week:
The lights, sounds, animals, colors, flashing necklaces, cotton candy, popcorn…
Craig had to hold onto her, because while the tiger’s were out… she was trying to climb through the rails to “play with them”.
I on the other hand.. was a nervous wreck while the tigers were out.. I just kept saying over and over in my head “please don’t let them attack him, please don’t let them attack him” haha. You could hear the roaring when he would tease them with the meat… with all that plus sensory overload.. I’m surprised I didn’t have a panic attack! This spanish guy has to have balls of steel to be in that enclosed cage with like 8 massive tigers!!!
Which makes me so excited to take her to the zoo this summer! (Especially because I’ll have my DSLR!!!!)
That’s ok, because (hopefully) next winter we will be in the Sunshine State of FLORIDA!!!!!
I am SOOO ready for spring to get here!!!!!
(and I do too!)