Fairytale Town was really fun. It's a park themed with Nursery Rhymes and Fairytales. Although we weren't able to a whole lot with our eight month old baby, as it staged for older children, we still had a lot of fun. I think Remy just liked being outside. Believe it or not, adults are not allowed in Fairytale Town unless accompanied by a child.
The entrance. Adults have to bend forward to enter, but children can go right through
The old lady and her shoe slide.
Ben went down with Remy
And then I went down with Remy.
I like this Hippo water fountain.
Remy loves sitting on Ben's shoulders. His favorite thing to do up there is hit his dad on the head.
They had a small petting area, complete with Eeyore the donkey...
and Daisy, the cow.
This is Owl's House, from Winnie the Pooh.
The Crooked Man, Path, and House.
Then, there were the Three Little Pigs, with their houses.
The Three Billy Goats
And Jack and the Beanstalk.
Peter Rabbit and siblings.
Flopsey and Mopsey
Peter and Cottontail
Remy and I had fun sitting on the Turtle
King Arthur's Court and the Knights of the Round Table
After we got done with Fairytale Town, we headed over to the Zoo. They are just across the street from one another so they were a perfect activity for our afternoon. Although the Sacramento Zoo seemed smaller than the Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake, but we came at the perfect time because all the animals were out feeding.
I thought this picture was hilarious because it looks like the ostrich is hiding its head.
The ostrich finally looked up.
The snow leopard
The giant anteater. I learned that it will not eat an entire colony. It stops feeding when the alert goes out with the soldier ants, and then comes back later for more.
The sleeping male lion.
While we were standing there, a female lion came running up to the fence. It about made me pee my pants.
Remy and I chilling in the shade under a mister. It looks like I'm posing, but Ben took the picture while I was fixing my headband.
Remy in the Phil and Ted Stroller.
Just want to say, the more I use it, the more I love it.
The first time we put Remy's head in one of these, he decided he wanted to eat it.
So we put the pacifier in his mouth.
The spider's kind of creepy, but I love his smile.
The flamingos. Their pink color comes directly from the amount of shrimp they eat.
As you can see, the Sacramento Zoo feeds their flamingos really well.
We stopped by the gift shop on the way out, and bought a souvenir magnet to commemorate our trip.