Pius could not care less. He thinks it's kinda funny how it all works out.
Danna Banana was a little shocked and felt taken aback for awhile (then we dressed her and painted her toes. She got over it quickly.)
Dear Frosty went pyscho over the news. Or maybe he was more distressed about the fact that people told him his bedhead would improve if he snipped off those curly locks. As evidenced by this picture, the crib-fro is still alive and kicking. Is it just me, or did getting his hair cut exponentially increase the size of his already walrus-like front teeth?! Freakin' adorable any way you look at it.
So here goes:
Forrest loving his new throne
We met up with a lot of the Haag Clan at the zoo. We were so excited to finally use our Christmas present from Lainie (the zoo membership). We decided to start the quads off slowly with the petting zoo, which we did not actually enter. As it turns out, the Choo-Choo wagon is NOT an all-terrain vehicle. However, the kids seemed to enjoy looking at the white fences around the petting zoo. We don't think they could quite see over the boards at the animals. They were happy, though, nonetheless. You know what they say, "Ignorance is bliss."
If only we would've known that plastic cups with lids were more entertaining than any toy they've ever had! There have been many a death matches at our house over these things.
Pius daydreaming about our next visit to the zoo. I wonder if OUR monkeys will always be the main attraction there? But then again, I guess the wagon isn't too subtle (one of only a few minor drawbacks to it).
Budda with sweet Danna. FYI - I know the name "Budda" probably causes alot of confusion. It's pronounced like "but, uh.." which is how the name came to be. You can read this past post for more info on it.
The Graf Quad Squad
P.S. In case you weren't sufficiently confused already, Billy wrote most of the post content while I added the pictures and wrote most of the captions. Thus, the frequently changing point of view. Sorry if it threw you off....we like to keep our readers on their toes.