The ParentSavvy Team asked me to tell you all a little about myself to help you come up with names. Don't forget to take a picture of the coloring sheet and submit your name suggestion for me on ParentSavvy's Facebook page and tag it with #NameOurPals.
Here's a bit more about me.
Q: What kind of dinosaur are you?
A: I am type of brachiosaurus. Long neck and little head.
Q: Where do you live?
The ParentSavvy team found me in Colorado, but my new home is at Omaha Children's Museum. I get to play and learn a lot.
Q: Who is your best friend?
A: This is a hard question. A lot of the kids who visit the museum are my friends. Dr. Severson is pretty nice too. He made sure I was healthy before I went to live at the Museum, so I don't get any of my new friends sick.
Q: What is your favorite food?
A: Another hard question. I like the leaves from the tops of trees especially in the spring. They're so squishy. The leaves get a little more crispy further in the year. Oranges are really good too. But those cupcakes from Jones Brothers are pretty tasty too.
Q: Where is your favorite place in Omaha?
A: Easy. The Children's Museum. Or maybe the slides downtown.
Q: What is your favorite way to exercise?
A: Does playing count as exercise? I do that a lot. I've also been following this dance routine to the song Happy that Andrew put together.
Q: What is your favorite book?
A: Danny and the Dinosaur. That dinosaur knows how to have fun.
Q: What is your favorite movie?
A: That's a tie between Meet the Robinsons and that short Partysaurus Rex. Two other dinosaurs who really know how to have fun.
Q: Can you tell us a joke?
A: One of the kids at the museum told me this the other day.
What do you get when a dinosaur sneezes?
You get out of the way!
Q: What's one unusual thing about you?
A: I like studying paleontology, but that may be too obvious. When I grow up, I want to be a tour guide at an amusement park. I hear a new one is opening this summer - a jurassic park I think.
Q: What's one thing you're really looking forward to?
A: Finding out what my name is, of course! Please don't forget to submit your ideas. You can learn more about that in my first blog post.