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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Boo at the Zoo and Kyton’s Sugar High

With our schedules Sunday afternoon is the only significant time that we have together as a family, so we try to make the most of it.  We wanted to go to a zoo but Dylan gets home around 2pm.  We figured that by the time we made it to a zoo it would be almost closing time.  We were excited to find a local Boo at the Zoo event.

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While we were waiting in line to get in Kyton laid down on the ground.  Everyone waiting in line watched him for lack of anything better to do and he ate it up.  He loves being the center of attention.  Trains are his favorite at the moment so we got him a simple Thomas the train Halloween costume.  He gets excited when he sees it, but won’t wear it for more than a few seconds.  I’m not sure what we are going to do for Halloween if he won’t wear the costume…

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He loves attention and is very affectionate. 

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Checking out the crocodile as batman flies overhead. 

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A rare family photo taken by a random person at the zoo. 

At the end of the night Kyton was running around full of energy at the dance party and on the walkways as normal.  We had two different people make the comment that he had eaten a lot of sugar that evening and would sleep well in the car.   The only sugar Kyton had eaten that evening was apples and grapes, natural sugar.  It’s funny that people think my son is on a sugar high when he is just his normal self.  He stayed awake the entire hour car ride home and went to bed around midnight, which is  his normal bed time. 

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A selfie from the train.  Kyton LOVED the dance party at the end.  He loves to move and loves feeling like he is the center of attention.  We were a little disappointed that most of the animals were inside, but we did have a nice time with all of the exhibits, train ride and dancing. 

1 comment:

Pat Tillett said...

Very cute photos! We have five little kids at the same time. Three of them always wanted to be the center of attention. And all at the same time!

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