We’re season pass holders to our zoo (the zoo actually doesn’t cost money, but parking does) and we’ve been taking Curly there since he was 4 months old. Of course, he didn’t really start enjoying it until closer to one year, but it’s something fun to do. Now when we bring him, he loves walking around and watching the animals…well, the ones that are moving anyway. He’s still too little to notice or care about the ones that are staying still. It’s a beautiful and warm November day, so we went to the zoo with some friends this morning. It was worth the trip alone just to see one of the keepers cleaning out a giant iguana’s room, and stopping to pet him/her on its head every now and then. The iguana was just like a dog, closing its eyes in ecstacy when she pet it and shaking its head for more when she stopped. Curly was just as entranced watching the scene as we were which was nice because I hate missing things like that to deal with a cranky McCrankerson.
Here are a couple other shots from this morning.
i’ve always loved the zoo. kayden has never been because the closest one is 2 hours away, but when we move to jacksonville it will be one right in town and we are so looking forward to going. it looks like miles really enjoyed his-self. its amazing to see how much he has grown! thanks for sharing!
The zoo is great. I love the iguana story, who knew they were so pet-like? Glad you had a nice day 🙂
Whenever we talk about a camel, alpaca or llama, we always tell the kids, “An alpaca says [insert spitting noise]”. They think it’s hilarious.
Super cute pictures!
what IS that last thing? The nose… ugh!!
Which zoo is this? It looks like a blast.
Shannon- Love the spitting llama/alpaca 🙂
Teaberry- Snapping turtle at, you know, “the” zoo 😉 Yes, playdate…let’s schedule…
Hee, so cute! What the heck does an alpaca say? P-tooey? My niece and I had that same conversation about rabbits this weekend. What DO they say?
mamaandmummy- I always make munching noises for rabbits and kissing noises for fish.
so so cute!!
We so need a trip to the zoo soon.