Monday, November 21, 2011

pancakes and lions and flamingos. oh my!

This weekend we went to the Fort Worth Zoo for "Pumpkins and Pancakes". We had a pancake breakfast and got to enjoy the zoo before opening hours, while there was almost no one there. They had some special events going on like an elephant pumpkin smash and zoo keepers walking around to answer questions.

It was a good time. Mostly we enjoyed watching Isaac watch the animals. We saw lions, tigers, bears, flamingos, elephants, giraffes, birds and gorillas.

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How was your weekend?? Happy Monday!

11 comments:

  1. What a great day!! :) I love going to the zoo above a lot of places! I have NEVER actually seen a lion out and about...that is awesome. You three are the cutest. :)

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  2. awesome pictures of the flamingos! and the 2nd to last one is pure cuteness. adorable :)

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  3. It looks like you guys had such a fun day! And that last picture of Isaac on his tip toes is so adorable. He's such a cutie pie.

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  4. Looks like such a fun day! I love the zoo! We're going tomorrow actually and I might just be more excited than our daughter.

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  5. oh lord- these photos are so beautiful- the kid is sooo adorable! :D
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  6. This looks SO fun!!! Do you live in Ft. Worth?? My parents live there and we go there all the time!!

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  7. Looks like a great time!! Love that pic of him lifting up on those toes-- so cute!!

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  8. Oh, wow, what a fun day! I love the zoo, and pancakes would just be an added bonus! :-)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day - it's good to hear from other cloth diapering moms! I'm enjoying reading your blog - your little guy is so adorable! Looking forward to reading more. :-)

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  9. one of my projects in college for a professional writing class was to create a behind the scenes tour of the FW Zoo. It was called "A Walk on the Wild Side." haha!

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