2009-08-17

Fuzzy Bunnies

This weekend we got to go to two different live performances. Bianca and Terence went to see The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe on Saturday and on Sunday all four of us went to see a show called Razz-ma-tazz. It was so well done and so funny.

The girls just loved their balloon animals that one of the guys made for them - they are giraffe-shaped balloons so by the way.

At times Bianca was laughing so much that we ended up laughing more at her than the show. Razz-ma-tazz was a good mix of comedy, magic, tap dancing, silly antics on stage and furniture juggling. That's right, furniture juggling. Forget juggling with small little balls or oranges, no it is much more exciting taking bean bag chairs and juggling with it.

Here is a photo of one of the acts:

Bianca's favourite was by far the guy dressed up like a cartoon character. This guy was amazing.

Yes, he is pulling a string through his ears and it is smoke you see coming out of his ears.

And most definitely the guy who managed to get the audience to participate was the guy who could stuff 9 marshmallows into his mouth and still say "Fuzzy Bunnies".

He did a number of really entertaining acts apart from stuffing his face with marshmallows.

Thank you CCF for letting us have the tickets, it was such a great day!!!

And just to end this entry (and because I can seeing as this is my blog), I'd like to share this photo with you that I recently took of Caitlyn - it is not often that you see her like this:


Now all together... "awwwww!"

6 comments:

puppygirl said...

Awwwhhhhh - such a cutie :o)

Kristy said...

that last photo just made my morning!!

Annie - Steven's mom said...

Aaaaaawwwwwwwww - that is SUCH a cute photo.

Hannah R said...

gorgeous!

polly.sellicks said...

Hi there
Just found your site through Mia's. My daughter Mima was diagnosed with ALL June 2007 too so we are on the same countdown, although we finish on Nov 5th.
Bianca looks great and sounds like you have had an eventful journey - us too!
Good luck,
Polly
www.jemimasellicks.blogspot.com

Sneaky Momma said...

What a sweetie!
I think it's awesome that you can share the theatre with your kiddos. :)