Our mini Kober family stayed overnight inside the San Diego Safari Park over Mother’s Day weekend. It was awesome! The tent we stayed in overlooked the African Plains, here giraffes and rhinos roamed. We were given behind-the-scenes tours of the park, a few presentations with some of their smaller animals and had a campfire that included s’mores (some more of what?)! Here are some pictures from our adventure:
Roger and Mommy in a fox hole
Daddy in a fox hole, Roger wanting to take the picture
Roger and Daddy investigating this contraption
Roger and Daddy posing with a rhino
First time on a merry-go-round
Having a blast
Embarrassed about holding hands
Trying to keep up with this toddler running around!
Loving each other
They had a great elephant exhibit, could not stop taking pictures!
Walking with a baby elephant
Roger is in love with these elephants!
We slept like this all night
Enjoying the giraffes
Roger pretending he is a bat
You’re all wet, man!
Checking out the lions
Picking Zoë up from the pet hotel
Thanks Aunts Beth and Julie, and Uncles Chaz and Matt! (Not sure if Hannah pitched in also, but she always deserves a mention ;))
Roger enjoyed his Easter way too much! He ate a bunch of candy, played with all his new toys, and single-handedly found all the eggs! Aunt Beth also posted some great pictures of her visit and of Roger’s Easter, click here to view
so excited for easter
it wouldn’t be a mormino easter if someone wasn’t double fisting it (matt!)
Roger being loved
… and adored
… and loved some more
…. and he knows it!
Roger is hungry!… as usual
smalls is next
et tu, brute?
Roger enjoying his last easter treat, straight from switzerland
This was our second to last day at the hospital, and we had plenty of visitors. Both my parents and Chris’s came, along with my grandparents, my sister (Julie) and her husband (Matt!), and my aunt (Annette) and uncle (Mont). Thank you for everyone that came and visited and brought presents and well wishes, it was so nice to have family there to keep us company and meet the most adorable baby of his generation!
Baby Roger Mormino Kober was born on March 1, 2012 at 1:52 pm via c-section. And good thing it was c-section, because he is one big baby, 9 pounds 5 ounces and 20 inches long. Chris and I are so happy to introduce you to baby Roger. Here are some pictures from his first day out of the womb.