Sunday, May 15, 2011

The rest of Make a Wish

We have a yucky respiratory bug making its way through the house. I like to believe it was going from 80 to 40, a major shock to the system! Arina has it the worst so far, oozing green boogies from every orifice! Her sats have been beautiful, oh how weird it is to have healthy lungs! I'm terrified for Jax, because Arina was loving all over him, so he's bound to end up with this crap soon!
This is a post with a billion pictures. I put the rest of our trip up, because I don't want to do 10 posts of the trip. I left the pics small, to get more in. If you don't want to look at all the pics, thats fine. Its more for me, as this blog is my scrapbook!

Day two, Seaworld!

Flamingo's walking down the street!

Cooling off, it was about 90 that day!

I was so bummed that Jax slept right through feeding the dolphins.

Later that night, at GKTW. There is so much to do there, you don't even need the parks!

Mayor Clinton, and his wife are the mascots of GKTW. This night they were having a Christmas party. They do it once a week!
Arina LOVED the slide!

Day 3, Magic Kingdom and Epcot.
There it is, far across the lake!

Day 4, morning at GKTW, Universal in the afternoon.

Look, thats my baby boy riding a horse! Nowhere but GKTW would he be able to do that!

Doing Jax star, that will stay in GKTW forever!


Day 5, Animal Kingdom and Magic Kingdom.
Didn't really get any pics at Animal Kingdom. Oh well!

Our last day, we sneaked out to Kennedy Space Center before we had to catch our plane. I was so bummed because Mondo really wanted to go, and we didn't even have time to take the tour out to see the shuttle on the launchpad. Grrrr! Thats a once in a lifetime thing, since the shuttle had been delayed due to technical problems.
We'll definitely have to get back there for him.

Momma taking her Valium for the plane ride home!

Little miss slept the whole way home!

We can go back and visit GKTW anytime we want to. We plan on taking an RV trip down there in the next year or so. We are going to volunteer at GKTW. Almost everything that happens there is from the work of volunteers, even kids can volunteer! So if you want a project, and you live in Florida or can go down there, that would be a great one!
We met some really great families while there. I really miss it. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity for our family!


Scrappy quilter said...

I love the last picture and the water pictures. So glad you had a fun time even if Jax slept through some of it. Looks like a wonderful place. Hugs

Alison said...

That looks like an amazing trip - I loved seeing all the pictures.

The VW's said...

LOVE all the cute pictures! Looks like an amazing time away! We can't wait until we can go! Still sad we couldn't go at the same time though! :(

Hope the illness doesn't travel far in your family! Hope it stays away from Jax especially!

Congrats on winning an I-Pad! How awesome! I'm kicking myself for not entering Gavin's story! I totally forgot about it until it was too late!

I've been blog slacking lately....we are crazy busy with sports in the spring! Plus, my mind has been so jumbled that I can't even get my thoughts out lately, let alone blog and comment.....but I've been reading and thinking about you guys! Hugs!

blcmec1 said...

It looks like you had a great time - I love the pictures of Arina on the slide and Jaxson on the horse - too cool!!! So happy for all of you especially the kids! - Maureen

Shelly Turpin said...

so very cool - looks like Arina LOVES the water!

Stephanie @ Ralphcrew said...

I got a little misty-eyed when I saw Jax on the horse! Wow! Love the wonderful photos. What a great trip!!

Mama Mason-Mann said...

So amazing Lacey. Thanks so much for sharing the pictures! It was nice to get a glimpse into your trip. Love the family pics especially and of course, Jax on the horse!!!!

Melissa said...

I love all the pictures!!

criley said...

Did you know they plan to launch the last space shuttle ever in July? You can watch the launch online on NASA TV. Granted it's not the same as being there in person.