LittleCuteLips and I set out on a Girl’s Day before Thanksgiving to see Sesame Street Live! Let’s Party! The ManChild turned 14 on the same day so we left the boys to do boyish things. I invited one of our friends and her daughter. She is 1 1/2 so I knew she would really enjoy the show.
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We arrived at the Patricia & Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric in Baltimore, Maryland without incident. The girls were excited to get in and get seated, and the venue space was perfect. This was our first time and our seats were amazing.
They had all of our favorites in the show and the kids were excited every time a new character hit the stage.
Mrs. Love + Baby Love!
We’ve known each other for many years, but this was our first time really hanging out. I met her via Babe and the Motorcycle crew. We had a great time chit-chatting while the girls enjoyed a movie on the way up and then a nap on the way back. We have lived and now we are in a much different place in life. A good place that includes a lot of talk about furniture and Pinterest. lol
My girl is always down, I wasn’t sure how she would feel about Sesame Street since she is almost seven. As it turns out we can have fun anywhere we go, and we did.
The Sesame Street crew had to work together to plan a party. Much like everyday life, it was hard to get everyone on one accord, but they found a way to include something everyone wanted to do. They had cute life lessons nestled in between the singing, dancing and laughing. Community was a big theme, and I appreciated that. Back in the day, we all knew our neighbors, now communities aren’t like that anymore.
Meet the show characters:
Grover: Also known as Super Grover and Grover Monster, self-described as lovable, cute and furry, he is a blue monster who rarely uses contractions when he speaks or sings. He moved into the neighborhood in 1970.
Rosita: Is a 5-year-old turquoise Hispanic female monster Muppet. Rosita is fluent in both English and Spanish, she is the first regular bilingual Muppet on the show. Rosita comes from Mexico and moved into the neighborhood in 1991.
Elmo: Is a furry red monster with a falsetto voice, who hosts the last full fifteen-minute segment on Sesame Street, “Elmo’s World”, which is aimed at toddlers. He moved into the neighborhood in 1985.
Big Bird: The main leader on Sesame Street, he is an eight-foot two-inch tall bright yellow anthropomorphic canary. He can roller skate, ice skate, dance, swim, sing, write poetry, draw, and even ride a unicycle. He moved into the neighborhood in 1969.
Abby Cadabby: Mostly referred to as just Abby, is a 3-year-old Muppet, she moved into the neighborhood in 2006.
Oscar the Grouch: Is a green body, with no visible nose, and lives in a trash can. His favorite thing is trash, as evidenced by the song “I Love Trash”, with a running theme being his collection of seemingly useless items. He moved into the neighborhood in 1969.
Cookie Monster: Is best known for his voracious appetite and his famous eating phrases, such as “Me want cookie!”, “Me eat cookie!”, and “Om nom nom nom”. He moved into the neighborhood in 1966.
Because I can show you better than I can tell you peep this snip-it of the show.