I mentioned earlier this week that we took Annie to see Yo Gabba Gabba live. I took a ridiculous amount of video of her watching the show, which turned out to be great because I can put all of it on a continuous loop and Annie will watch it over…and over…and over. She says, “Annie Gabba…Yaaaaaaaaaay!!!” I really need to work on her speaking in the third person.
Annie! Fun! Gabba! Yoooooooo!
Lynn from For Love or Funny says:
So cute! This reminds me of when we took our kiddies to see Sesame Street Live!
So cute! When Mea was her age she had this crazy dance she did to all Gabba songs that played on the show. She would lean way over and touch her toe with one hand. So hilarious.
Lol, very cute!
Happy Friday Smiles. She is so cute… love the skinny jeans!
One of the cutest things I’ve ever seen.
Very cute, my little one does the same thing with talking in the third person too, its very funny.
My goodness she looks like her daddy some the side view’s.
I have no idea what Yo Gabba Gabba is because my children are 39, 36 and 28 lol. But that sure looked like fun. I didn’t see any crying children and that’s always a win!!!
Hugs from Minnesota
That put a smile on my face! Your video makes me miss when my kids were that age! They are now teenagers…….enough said.
Michelle in MO says:
This made my day.
What a sweetie! I remember my parents taking my little sister and me to see “Sharon, Lois and Bran” live . . . I think that show was all the rage on Nickelodeon (maybe?) when I was a kid. Though I have limited memories of my apparent “obsession” with them, I’m told it was a good time.
I remember Sharon, Lois and Bram! I loved The Elephant Show when I was a kid!
Yay Gabba Gabba!
What a cute video!
That is so cute!
Rachel W. says:
I love her 3rd person speak! She reminds me of a tiny, Eastern European exchange student: “Annie get dressed, yes?” Haha!
This makes me excited for Sesame Street Live in March! My son will be a week shy of 2, and he is obsessed with Elmo right now. I hope he can relax and get into it like Annie did.
(I think my comment from last night was eaten. So bizarre.)
ANYHOW, I love that she did the “beaty, beaty, beat, beaty, beat, CLAP, CLAP” in time!
That is just too adorable! She is awesome. My first grand kids (gaa that word. Can’t get used to it. I’m only 44! LOL) are due in January and February so I am looking forward to getting to do this kind of stuff again.
Oh and how sad is it that Annie, at less than two, has more dance skills and rhythm than I even hope to ever have? LOL!!
Rachel R. says:
Her smile… gawd. I would do anything to make her do that. Good luck not spoiling her