In the words of 4 year old Aiden:
I was in the car with Mommy and Daddy and Ari. Desi and Leah were in their own car, but not with their daddy. I played with my iPad. Daddy was driving to Yo Gabba Gabba and when we got there we wanted to get popcorn but it was a long line to the wall, so we didn't get popcorn.
Our seats were really close to the guys and the chairs tipped and go backwards. The orange guy came out first and he got all the other guys and they had to get the giggles out with tickles. And there was colored paper falling from the roof.
Everyone was dancing and I was jumping and there was a birthday. Ari wasn't jumping, she was just watching with her thumb in her mouth.
There were bubbles and kids were trying to pop them and some came in my eyes. But I didn't cry, I just wiped them out. I was happy and excited. It was a good surprise.
Leah sat on her momma's lap and sucked her thumb. I never got on the stage. But the guys on the stage had the giggles.
My family and I had a great time at the Yo Gabba Gabba Show in Rosemont Illinois. The show did a great job of keeping both my kids (aged 20 months and 4 years) engaged and entertained. The music had all of us dancing and singing along with the colorful characters. All the kids got really excited whenever the confetti cannons went off and loved trying to catch the bubbles. The characters were full of energy kids loved seeing them on stage larger than life.