Thursday, November 10, 2016

Instagram Worthy

 These are my last few posts on Instagram.  Random, but I wanted them remembered.
This was a cute letter that I found in Reilynn's backpack.  Sweet girl!!
 These are my cute Thanksgiving decorations that I added this year.  My Gather banner from the dollar spot at that place!  And my Pumpkins sign that I made.

 Bailey and I just got the opportunity to go see Zion's Youth.  It was fun to have a date night with Bai, it doesn't happen very often.
 Kas made dinner, which also doesn't happen very often.  I need to be better at getting this girlie in the kitchen.  She likes it when we do.
This was from Wyatt's preschool.  I was happy to see that Disney really did stand out for him. 

Ending the trip off right

 There was a frozen custard place right by our hotel.  It didn't disappoint!  YUM!!!

 Cory and Lori bought their boys legos at the lego store, and they kept everyone entertained at the hotel.

 We hit the jacuzzi up after the beach.  It totally counts as baths for the kiddos!  Don't judge, we were tired!
Mark trying to show Dylan the lion at the hotel.  He refused to turn around and take a proper picture...punk!

Day 1: Disney Day 2: Beach

 We went to Laguna Beach.  It was beautiful!!!  I can't believe the kids got in the was freezing!!!
 Mostly we ate junk food and visited in the sand.  This location was perfect because it was scooter accessible.
 The sand was great.

 Cute Dylan loved the sand.  All of my babies hated the feeling of sand on their feet.  It was fun watching him enjoy himself.
 A little catch with a football is a must at the beach.

 Grandma and Wyatt and Cohen were being brave and letting the cold waves get their toes.
 No beach trip is complete without burying someone.

Good times.

The most Magical/Crowded/Expensive Place on Earth

We have been trying to get the kids to Disney Land for 2 years now, and it was just never the right time.  Well, we finally just picked a day and made it work.
 Nevada Day was the day, and it was crowded, but we didn't wait in any lines.  We rocked the fast passes and handicapped passes (thanks dad), and rode everything we wanted to.
 Wyatt's all time favorite was Buzz Lightyear.  He was in heaven.
 Parker claimed high score of the game.
 I don't think I can think of another time when these 2 sat together, of their own free will and choice, and smiled about it.  It really is a magical place!
 These pictures are all a little out of order, but we are going with it.  For dinner, we went out of the park to Downtown Disney and the kids really liked the Lego Store.
 It is pretty remarkable what they can do with Legos!!

 Aunt Lori is the best, and got everyone Mickey suckers for the firework show.
 We didn't run into very many characters, but we did see Goofy.
 Toon town.

 Toon town again.
 We saw one of the shows in the afternoon.  It was so good!  So glad Lori suggested it!
 It was really fun to have Grandma and Grandpa with us.
 Cousins, and dollar store cars, rock!!!
 Kas sure loves her Uncle Cory.

 These 2 peas in a pod are best buddies.  I'm so glad they have become friends!

 On our way out, we got a family pic by the flowers.
 Wow, it was a long day. 
 Space mountain was the first ride we went on.  Kas hated it! It was hard to convince her to go on other rides the rest of the day.  Sorry Kas.
 When I say she hated it, that is an understatement.
 Parker and Addison couldn't get enough.

 Little buddies.
 Kas and Grandpa resting in Toon Town.
 The Halloween decor was so cute.
 Seriously, those dollar store cars were a life saver!  Thanks grandma!!!
 Squeezing in together to ride the rocket ride.
 The Haunted Mansion.
 The carousel was also a hit with Wyatt.
 There was no way I could sit on those tea cups and not throw thanks Mark and Lori for taking one for the team and taking the kids.

 Thanks Disney Land for a great day!!!