Written by True Bratcher
Illustration of Dr. Mechanical Blah Kah Kink by True Bratcher
Our Glow loves animals. Her last two birthdays were spent at the zoo, so True built this story around her. We saw the zookeeper costume at the San Diego Zoo, and we knew this was totally her, so we bought it. Then, True created the story around Glow being the zookeeper. The girls still were able to each pick their own costume too, and while True didn’t want to be an animal exactly, she worked the story to be able to be her new favorite hero, White Tiger. We had some masks, but had to order a few extra. It was a lot less sewing for me this year (I’m so thankful!), but we were still able to put our own spin on it, and we have another family Halloween story for the books.
Have a look back at some of our past Halloween stories…
2013: The Mystery of Pinkie Pielilocks and the Three Bears
2012: The Adventures of Spider-Girl & She-ra
2011: Barbershop Quartet
2010: The Three Little Piggies
2009: Hannah and Gretel
2008: The Untold Story of Oz
2007: Little Red Riding Hood
Happy Halloween friends!
on me: zebra shirt, old navy. zebra mask, amazon. on true: white top and leggings, old navy, and decorated with grey duct tape. mask, michael’s craft store. on brave: black shirt and leggings, old navy, and decorated with orange duct tape. foam tiger mask. tail, made by sisters. on soul: leopard dress (out of stock, but this is similar) and leopard shoes, old navy. foam leopard mask, amazon. tail, made by sisters. on glow: zookeeper costume and monkey from San Diego Zoo (similar here). high-tops, c/o old navy. on ben: panda mask, amazon. giants shirt, vintage.
12 comments on “the zookeeper’s wild day”
This is so adorable!
Thank you Lisa!
wonderful! your girls are so creative (like their mama) and adorable. Just loved this!
what a fun story!
this is awesome! the “giants” panda was on purpose right? very clever!!!
Creative story line and publishing! Thanks familia!
I love that you have so many family traditions! Especially this one for Halloween because it’s so unique and the girls seem to contribute more and more each year. What a great idea!
They get so excited about this one! They start planning it in the summer.
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