Now, are you ready for a barrage of photos???? These are all SOOC (straight out of the camera) and completely unedited.
Before you get into the actual zoo, there is a lovely outdoor picnic area. We had some time to play around here while we waited for everyone to arrive and get their tickets.
Yes, she is reading that sign. ;)
Charlotte was not in a terribly cooperative picture mood. She just wanted to get to the animals and splash pad.
I probably bribed her with some lame treat to get this smile.
All of Charlotte's talk about animals meant nothing once she saw these ride on toys. We could have gone to the mall for these. Geez.
Ah! Finally, animals. I won't bore you pictures of the actual animals. If you want to know what a pygmy marmaset looks like, just turn on Diego. Or use Google images.
The wonder in a child's eyes is always so refreshing to see.
This zoo has a very long boardwalk. Great for kids who need to run off a lot of energy. Plus, it's very shaded.
Having a little fun with my first born. I figured I ought to try to post a couple of pictures of me on here every now and again. You know, to prove that they have a mom and all.
This is Mary sharing her ride with cousin Rebekah. I wish they didn't live so far away in TN. Both of them seem fascinated with clipping their chest straps though. This must be a universal baby thing.
And the splash pad! If I had a quarter for every time Charlotte asks to go play in one, well, I wouldn't need to pimp my blog of with sponsored posts!
Clearly, Mary shares her big sister's love of playing in the water.
Rebekah however, was not interested that day. So my girls played ring around the Rebekah to include her in the fun.
Now you know how we celebrated St. Patrick's Day. Do you remember what you did for this odd Irish holiday day?