Sunday, March 30, 2008

Priceless

Tank of gas........................................................ $50
Speeding ticket ..................................................$200
Fifth row tickets for 4 in the Arco Arena......................$160

The look of sheer joy on your daughters face when she sees
THE Wiggles....LIVE....up close and personal...........................

P-R-I-C-E-L-E-S-S!!

Jenna and her cousin Madison had the time of their short little 2 year old lives at The Wiggles concert on Thursday night. Jenna and I drove up to Sacramento to go to the concert with my sister-in-law Kim and niece Madison and we had a blast!! Our seats were front and center and the girls were even able to go up front...right by the stage...for half of the show to dance and sing right along with their favorite characters ....Captain Feathersword, Wags the dog, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Henry the Octopus, and, of course, Sam (Yellow), Anthony (Blue), Murray (Red) and Jeff (Purple) Wiggle! Here are a few pictures. Kim has a few on her blog as well...you can see them here.

Jenna on her way into the concert...can't you just FEEL the excitement!!


Jenna and Madison singing "Rock-A-Bye Your Bear" ...they are doing the "shh shh shh" part

The girls and me

Just....so.....happy



A "snippet" from the concert....


video

The four of us after the concert, with the set behind us. Judging by the looks on the girls faces....I think they were still in a bit of shock



Yep...they were a bit starstruck. So were Kim and I....because we got to see Anthony "The Blue Wiggle" live and in person. He's extremely cute and we were so close he was practically breathing on us.



If loving a Wiggle is wrong.....I don't wanna be right. ;)

3 comments:

Kim said...

Nice addition adding the ticket to the blog! hee hee...thanks for coming, we had FUN!!

nodnarB! said...

I am quickly realizing that I have much to learn about toddler entertainment. Thanks for the comment.

Cool to see that you dig Siddhartha. I got removed from my position as a youth pastor many years ago for quoting the book. A "blessing" in disguise it was...

Heroes for Children said...

OMG!!! Reading this post about the concert has me so excited for our adventure in August. Wiggles here we come!