And flower baby!
She's already perfecting the art of bugging her sister :)
"Mom I feel kinda silly in this thing!"
"Please pick me up!"
"Oh this sun is lovely!"
Trading her tickets for a treat!
Zoo Boo is so much fun :)
Seeing the awe and wonder and excitement on her face will never get old!
Even though I chopped off a quarter of her face, I love this pic!
Here is Zoya saying "Scary!"
Bustin' a move in the middle of the zoo...because....well, why not?
Zoya has been such a Daddy's girl lately <3 p="p">
She found the music and the stage.....
Poor baby only has one eye to see out of!
There, that's better!
"Mom, go ahead and take more pictures, I'm just going to make some silly faces to pass the time."
Oh how I love this sweet girl!
Mama's girl :)
Minnie Mouse smiling pretty!
This is the first year Zoya was excited and talking a lot about Halloween. It was so cool to see! She chose her own costume out of the three choices I gave her (Minnie Mouse, a cupcake, or a zebra-some of her favorite things!) These pictures are from the Halloween even our local Zoo puts on (I will have to upload the few I have of her from her school party). Hurricane Sandy got trick or treating cancelled and rescheduled over the weekend, but we opted out. I'm struggling with the idea of trick or treating for our girls....I don't want to be a grumpy old lady, but there's just something I don't like about showing them it's okay to go door to door asking people for candy LOL....plus they don't eat that much candy anyways and are both gluten free, so it'd go to waste! Most kids can differentiate that Halloween is different and that's the only time it's okay to go to people's doors and ask for candy.....but I worry about Zoya especially...she is over the top friendly with most people she meets and would walk into any stranger's house without thinking twice...so I don't want to do anything that would encourage a whole bunch of encounters where we're purposely talking to strangers asking them for things! Maybe it sounds silly but it's just my gut instinct! I think in the future we'll take them to houses where we know the people :)