Monday, August 2, 2010

The obligatory slide show

I am not naive to the fact that most people don't care about pictures of other people's kids, pets, or family vacations. I happen to be one of those people that gravitates towards a picture, no matter who is in it.

If you are one of the former people, and don't care about our vacation or the cute/funny things my kids did, go ahead and read the next blog on your list. I won't be hurt. Promise. Not for long anyway.

SO...we went to Southern Cali for a week, to escape the heat of our own semi permanent state.

It was a fun trip.

Here are some pictures we took in the car when the boredom was about to break us.

Dev is happy as usual

Calvin didn't want his picture taken

Bogey was willing

for the most part

Bogey decided that he wanted to take my picture, too. I was impressed that he actually did it without breaking the camera. (not because I think I am ugly, but because he tends to crush things he's holding)

I love this picture of The Hubby and Calvin sitting in our hotel watching the cars go by

Proof of where I was. See, I don't lie. much

Bogey was fascinated with the sharks.

This is a fun bounce-house-place-thing in the Sesame Street section of the park. The kids absolutely LOVED it there. I highly recommend it for small kids. There is an awesome net/jungle gym thing that even little Calvin could go through by himself. (I went through with him about 5 times before I exited, huffing and puffing like the really out of shape person that I am. After that, he and Dev went through it over and over all by themselves.)

Holy crap...a leetle peeg

Then we spent a day at the beach.

Dev is jumping the waves with her sticky-situation-getter-out-of-er, Al. He lifted her up when the waves got too high.

This is as wet as I got (and it was fabulous)

The Hubby, Calvin, and Bogey liked playing in the sand. See our sand castle? (Calvin played in the water for a little while, and also Bogey liked to eat the sand, too.)

At Legoland, I met my new boyfriend (isn't he a dream boat?)

The Hubby's ok with it.

At Legoland, they have tons of figures made completely of Lego's. I take comfort in the fact that I would NOT have the patience to do that job.

Bogey loves "Bob da biwda"

some more crazy examples of the Legosintricity:

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Maria said...

Looks like a fun vacation! We are actually moving to that fun place in about a month or so. :)

Jeigh said...

So fun! I love Sea World! And I've never been to Legoland, but now I want to. And i can't wait to see you next week, you traveling maniac!

The Hatch Family said...

What a fun trip! Isn't Sea World awesome? Thanks for your sweet words:) I think the family will be very happy to see mom come home. Right now, meal plan for them!

Who knows what he will say next said...

So fun to see pics of the kids on vacation. littlest man cracks me up with his facial expression. So much personality in one little person. Looks like it was a blast!!

Anonymous said...

Looks like you all had a lot of fun. Dev's smile looks like Rubio's with the two front teeth coming in.