Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Hard to please...

We took Harrison to the Los Angeles Zoo this weekend with some friends and their baby. His first trip to the zoo - we couldn't wait!! However, we may have been a bit eager in taking a six-month-old to the zoo.

The pictures tell it all.
Harrison played it cool with the flamingoes.




He kept his composure with the giraffes.



He didn't even crack a smile for his friend Izzy (let's be honest - he wouldn't even look at her.)



What was his favorite part of the zoo?? Being lifted up on his parents' shoulders.












We had a great time, but next time we want to entertain Harrison, we'll save ourselves the trip across town in traffic and the cost of admission; we'll just put him up on our shoulders at home.
One final note, we are enjoying these toothless grins while we have them, since they are almost gone. Harrison has his first tooth coming in, so soon we won't even recognize our baby with his sparkling white smile.

8 comments:

Sara said...

haha your blog's the best! or is it your personality?

Mrs. Merrell said...

oh what a cutie. so glad i finally got to meet him! it was really fun to see you all last week!

Carmen said...

So adorable, but you already know that! By the way, Rachelle thinks he looks EXACTLY like you Kimmie!

Renee said...

I love that gigantic smile!!! Don't you know that sitting up on someone's shoulders is the only thing that makes life worthwhile. He's catching on quick!

lance said...

Looks like fun, when i visit he's gonna love me...nonstop shouldertown, after i leave he's gonna be miserable all the time.

Matt "Hacksaw" said...

That settles it, Unkie Hacksaw's coming to town!!!

Lorie said...

Oh my gosh, he's so cute! We love the zoo. We have a season pass, and go all the time. In fact, I can get you in free if you're up for it again. Just let us know...maybe when Harrison is a little older. :)

Tauna said...

Cute little kid! Hi guys, just came across your blog. I have to say, I'm sorry your camera being stolen (I know that was back in january). I had more faith in the SLC. Our friend accidentally left his laptop on the curb and didn't realized until an hour later. When he went back, someone had turned it in. At the time I thought, "only in SLC" but now...
Great blog.
PS sorry we haven't gotten the swing back from you. If you want we can swap it in the parking lot at church.