Sunday, October 30, 2011

Boo at the Zoo 2011

Just wanted to share a few pics of my little Princess at the SF Zoo during the annual Boo at the Zoo...

Yes, she picked this out all on her own at the Disney store!

Every year the SF Zoo (and I think all the zoos across the country participate) decorates for Halloween and pass out (healthy) treats to the kids. I wanted to take advantage of another lovely Sunday here in the Bay Area and also I really wanted to get my money's with this costume - it wasn't cheap. Plus, she also needed the accessories!

She couldn't go out with the right shoes and jewelry, right?

Through out the zoo there were pumpkins in the cages along with the animals. It was really festive!

This lemur looked really cozy with this pumpkin!

or this Great Hornbill:

Also the nature walk area in the Children's Zoo was decorated appropriately

Here's the Princess in a giant spiderweb

She did stop along the way to pet a few friendly animals

But all she wanted to do:

This was her second time around

We did get in some story time and some games:

She lined up for some type of spider toss into some buckets but she had her own idea of getting the spider into the bucket:

She walked up to the buckets and dumped them in herself!

It was the first time we attended this event and it won't be our last - it was a lot of fun. I just hope we look at more animals instead of spending time at the carousel!

I love giraffes - they bring me peace when I see look at them.

And so does this guy:

I LOVE Owls!

Have a Happy Halloween! 


  1. She is so ridiculously beautiful! Next summer when I'm out of school you have to let me make her a dress -- she can choose her own style and fabric!

  2. Sarvi - we'd be honored! She'll probably pick out some kind of princessy type of fabric and of course it would be pink!

  3. Awww, thanks for sharing these pics of your beautiful daughter & your day at the zoo. Looks like you guys had a lot of fun!Happy Halloween! Naomi

  4. Thanks Naomi and thank you for stopping by!

  5. So cute! What a great place to celebrate Halloween! :)

  6. Thanks MM and yes, I am hoping to make this an annual Halloween tradition with my daughter!