Friday, May 15, 2009

Ornithophobia..More Specifically: Pavophobia

We had a pleasant morning at the zoo...other than AJ's sudden unnatural onset of pavophobia...fear of peacocks.
I kid you not, this innocent bird sent AJ running, climbing up his mom's side, or taking refuge on top of or under our picnic table.  He breathlessly and desperately screamed, "Don't like PEACOCKS, AJ go home!"
Check out the look of fear in his eyes as he jumped under the table at a peacock sighting a mere 200 feet away.  We had to talk him down from fleeing the zoo by offering a peacock protected train ride.

Do they have therapy for pavophobia?

7 comments:

Amy said...

I'm laughing out loud!!!!!!!! You are a HOOT!

Brenda said...

I love the fact that, despite AJ's feathers literally being ruffled, you still had the presence of mind to grab the camera! Oh, this is sad and funny all at the same time! Poor guy!

Katlyn said...

I LOVE the photo of AJ hiding!!!! So funny!

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