What an awesome vacation, but I have to say it's great to be home!! We had lots of fun and J enjoyed every bit of it. Sure he won't remember any of it, but we have lots of pictures to show him when he gets older so that he can see how much he enjoyed his first trip to Disney! I have to say, his favorite thing was the Sesame Street show at Sea World. We got lucky and got first row seats, so I got great pictures of the characters, many suitable for framing in his room. J had a great view and even got a hug from Elmo! Daddy caught the entire show on our camcorder, so we will put it on DVD for J to watch again and again! YAY!! While SeaWorld seemed to be a great day for J, there was one fish that scared him to death...and the fish wouldn't go away. Please excuse my shirtless baby in the picture. It was 102 degrees that day and he was miserable with his shirt on...so was I but I doubt it would have been acceptable had I taken mine off! HAHA! J was able to ride on a few rides with mommy and daddy. I think his favorite was a ride in Dr. Suess land where we rode in a little cart and it told the story of the cat in the hat. The characters were running about as we rode on a track. J loved it and kept turning his head to each wall where there was action. But once Thing 1 and 2 came in and started being naughty and made our cart turn a few times, J didn't like that. He was reaching for me with fear in his eyes, but at the same time still tried to watch the show! But I think the spinning was too much for him b/c when the ride stopped he threw up in the cart! LOL!
So all in all it was a fun and busy trip. J is a little under the weather now with a bad cough and congestion but the Dr called in some meds for him and I'm hoping he starts to feel better soon. Now it's time to start packing for the big move!!
Thank you for visiting our blog! We are happy to share a little bit of our lives with you. After years of battling infertility, we adopted our son, Jayden, at birth and 5 years later I gave birth to our newest addition, Elias. God is so good!!
This blog is a mixture of personal thoughts, daily battles and triumphs with Jayden's health, and about our experiences as a family of 4. So sit back and enjoy our crazy life!