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A Wiggly Birthday Party

Connor and Keira like the Wiggles.  Colin LOVES them.  I was able to track down bedding and wall decor for his room, as well as a sleeping bag (thank you twins' club resale). But his favorite thing is to watch them on tv and dance to them.  Well that was his favorite thing until he saw them live on Saturday.

When the music first started, it scared Keira. She kept asking my mom to take her back to the car.

He was in awe and so happy the entire time.  He didn't want to leave when it was over.

He loved dancing in the aisles!

She did warm up, once she realized that her brothers and cousin were dancing up front.
It gives me such great joy to see them so happy.

And it makes the little things, like Colin peeing all over me, worth it.

Well, almost worth it. ;)


Unknown said…
Glad they all had a great time.
Jessica said…
LOL....glad they had fun!!!
tiarastantrums said…
all my kids loved the Wiggles too!
Jenn said…
I've managed to maintain a wiggles free life despite having two young kids... but it looks like your kids had a blast.
Susan Anderson said…
I took my grandson to the Wiggles once. He loved it!

Gina Kleinworth said…
How HAPPY is that??!!! I know that my kids LOVED the Wiggles when they were little. My hubs still sings their songs to mess with the kids now that they think they are too old for it. :) What an awesome thing for them to do- looks like so much fun.
Annie said…
Glad they enjoyed it.
Quadmama said…
I'm glad you all had fun. We saw The Wiggles two years ago. It was so much fun!

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