Did I mention we made an impromptu trip to Disneyland right after my art show at AAU?
I know San Francisco and Anaheim, California are not in the same vicinity, (Okay, so 6 hours is not close at all, but hey! We’re flexible!) but we are spontaneous and when I got a phone call from my BFF Lydia (who now lives in Florida) telling me she was flying into LAX the same weekend we were in San Francisco . . . well, what do you do?!
You completely change all your plans and create more fun ones!
I love that my husband is as spontaneous as I am. It makes trips and life adventures a lot more exiting and flexible! We cut our trip in SF a day short, and drove down to Los Angeles and extended our trip by a few days.
Paris (our stinker dog who makes an appearance on this blog every once in a while) was super depressed to be left at a kennel for a few extra days, but she got over it quickly when we returned to Utah.
This time around, we enjoyed walking around Disneyland with our stroller. (Really, I can’t recommend it enough!) Dallin took a good two hour afternoon nap in it, and both kids fell asleep around 8:00 PM, so David and I had a few hours to take turns riding on the fun rides for which the kids are both too short!
They are such good friends, I love it. They are getting ready to ride Autopia here.
Hannah is a jerky driver. I let David experience her driving. 🙂
Oh my goodness. My kids LOVE Pooh Bear and Tigger. This attraction was closed when we went to Disneyland a few weeks ago, so they were SUPER excited to see their favorite characters!
Oh, how Dallin LOVES Tigger. I almost cried at the adorableness.
Splash Mountain was also closed a few weeks ago, so this was Hannah’s first time riding it and she LOVED it! She is such a roller coaster junkie!
Oh yes, and she got to meet Princess Jasmine.
What a fun, fun day! Honestly, I’m ready to pay the exorbitant southern California living expenses JUST so we could use annual passes to Disneyland!
We all want to go back today!