Friday, November 2, 2012

Sesame Street Live in Missoula

We some how lucked out and had Sesame Street come to Missoula. We had to go! As soon as I told the boys about the show, they were jacked! We, however, waited until today to get tickets...
 ..and scored AWESOME seats! Row 5 on the floor. We had 4 seats starting from the right outside isle, which initially I thought might kind of stink, but it turned out great!
 The boys each had their own bag of popcorn (mostly to keep them occupied before hand) which turned out to be way more than we needed.
 Hunter sat like this for quite a while...
 Although we were in row 5, we still managed to get all adults in front of us. I think row 4 had maybe 2 kids in it?! Kind of lame...But the boys didn't mind sitting on our laps so they could see better. They probably would have had to anyways.
 We had a big advantage sitting on the isle...we got to see Cookie Monster up close! And Oscar's mom (?) came past and gave JP a nice head rub and stole some popcorn! JP was jacked! He turned to me and said "Maybe Elmo will come by!" I responded with "Keep your fingers crossed!" And he did. He kept his fingers crossed for about 10 minutes.
At the end of the show, the boys were getting a little antsy so we let them out of the isle to dance. And for those who haven't seen him dance, Hunter has some serious dance moves! He rocked it! They absolutely LOVED the show!

JP was so excited to go and see Mr. Noodle, and I didn't have the heart to tell him that he probably wouldn't be there. By the end of the show, he didn't seem to mind. Everything was Elmo this and Elmo that. With Hunter too! And all the characters were there too...Elmo, Big Bird, Abby, Gonzo, Oscar, Cookie Monster, Rosita, Zoey, the purple guy, the red guy, a blue girl, Bert and Ernie....A ton of them! It was so fun to watch how excited the boys got and to watch them actually get into the show and interact! Such a fun family outing!

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