Back in March me and Mini Duff drove to Disneyland to experience a Limited Time Magic for a Easter Egg Hunt.
Duff was excited and wanted to dress up for the occasion.
We headed to California Adventure and grabbed our map.
Duff hit the ground running. He was in charge of the map for this hunt.
It wasn't long and we found our first Egg.
Duff was so excited he wanted a picture.
Another egg found!
We were doing pretty good.
Hmm where does this one go?
On to the spook Tower
We know there were two eggs over here, but where? Oh there he is!
Dale was easy to find, but what about the other egg? We looked high and low with no luck.
After 15 mins we found him! Oh Chip you sly Chipmunk.
With our new egg successfully added to our map we traveled into uncharted territory filled with creepy and crawlies.
Will we make it out of Bugs Land alive? Will we be able to find all the hidden eggs? What will our super secret prize be? Will Duffy let me take a break since Mama is getting old and can't run through the park? Tune in tomarrow were all these questions will be answered in our next post!
And I saw this pic on Facebook and it's too cute not to share:
That photo IS adorable. Thanks for posting it since I'm not on facebook.
I actually had the outfit from BAB but I didn't like the split pea green so I took it back (the day I discovered they didn't know who Duffy was at the Disney store). It looks more beige in the photo. But to each his own. So many outfits to choose from; these bears have more clothes than I do
The bears got new outfits today! I finally went in T-Rex Restaurant and checked out the Build A Dino area. I Dinosaurs! I can't believe I haven't been shopping for clothes there before! It was all I could do to only buy two outfits! I had to go with my two favorite Dinos as well!
Duffy dressed as Bilbo Baggins to get into the spirit of reading the J. R. R. Tolkien books. He looked carefully at the large stack of books and then at the DVDs. He heard about the Hobbit being made into three agonizingly long movies and thought, “hmm, I could read the real thing in its original format quicker than that and probably enjoy it more.” This is an older, cartoon version of the Hobbit anyway. So he opened the book. He made some good progress, but glasses and all, he got a bit lazy and decided to revert to the ease of being a couch potato bear. Bearami came over. He is a very soulful, serious bear.
“Those are hard books, Bearami. Why don’t you watch the DVDs first and then we can go back and read them together once we get a grip on the storyline and characters?” Duffy shared some of his Bilbo Baggins clothes, including his necklace that was doubling as a bookmark (featuring both sides of Bilbo's front door). Bearami put the books aside for later and is watching the DVDs at Duffy's suggestion.
I think these books are little big for them yet. Maybe once they watch the DVDs they will have a renewed interest in plowing through the books.
“Hey, Jumbo Duffy, come join me,” Duffy said, as they munched out while watching the DVDs, Duffy having claimed his corduroy jacket back and Jumbo Duffy having acquired the necklace.
Shellie May is delving deeper into my musical library with these panda speakers and critiquing my taste with Sweet Sister. Baby May will listen to just about anything, but I’m curious what Shellie May’s and Sweet Sister’s verdict will be on the various genres. I have alreadycaught them pointing and laughing but then at other times they’re nodding their heads appreciatively.