mommato2boys

My crazy but yet normal life with 2 boys.

Sesame Street Live

While we were in Tulsa last week on the Austin weekend we went to the Sesame Street Live at the BOK Center. I didn’t really know what Austin would think of it plus had no clue how Alijah would do during it. They both Loved it!! Austin was singing and dancing the whole time. Alijah for the first half just sat there starring at everything going on. At about intermission he started to get a little fussy. I fed him that satisfied him for most of the second half and then Louie had to take him up to the top of the stairs and then he was fine.

It was so much fun watching Austin singing and dancing to all the music. The letter of the day was M and the word was Music so it was all singing and dancing and it was a lot of fun. I tried getting a video of Austin dancing but it was to dark in our seats to really capture it. We did get a few pictures but the memory of it will never be forgotten.
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This was Austin climbing the stairs to take a picture. The problem with this was there was only two real steps and then the rest was very short. Austin tried climbing all and well ended up falling off and got a fat lip. We were done taking pictures out in the hallway after that.
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I highly recommend if you have a change to go to something like this or even this one I would. The boys loved it and I hope to take them again next year if they coming back around this area.

~Kim

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