Don't know if it was the post-nap photo session or the Harry-Potter-joins-a-punk-band ensemble, but Em started out a little emo yesterday.
But she eventually perked up.
Me: Old Navy, top to bottom
Em: Shirt and sweatshirt, Harajuku Mini for Target
Leggings, Baby Gap
The theater was extra dark this year, and we didn't want to risk getting scolded for sneaking in our giant DSLR, which was deemed "too professional" to bring into the theater by the first security guard even though I assured him that I'm far from a pro, so we don't have many good pics to share. Here are a few we were able to capture.
Our Super Music Friends Show guest was Ben Lee, which was totally fine by me and Heather. I suppose I can cross off seeing him live from my concert bucket list.
Our Dancey Dance guest was actor/comedian Brian Posehn, and our group may have been the only people in the audience who knew who he was.
The first half of the show Em just sat there in wide-eyed excitement until the end of that act when they played the Get The Sillies Out song. She couldn't contain her excitement any longer. She busted a move in our aisle along with some other little girls, and then did the same thing the entire second half of the show. I've never seen her so into the Dancey Dance segment.
We bought tickets for this show long before we realized we were moving to Portland, but I'm so glad the timing worked out so nicely with our Thanksgiving visit.