Notice the minnow in Andrew's hands, he just wanted to hold the fishies!
The next day my dad "Poppy Bob" came to meet his newest grandson and we had beautiful weather and after a few minor fix-it projects that always seem to be waiting for his visits, we took some walks, went to the boys' soccer games and out to dinner. Here are a couple highlights from his visit:
This was on our walk. Every year Park City holds a scarecrow decorating contest, so all the scarecrows were up and we put one "Bob" next to another!
Lucas gets his first good look at his Poppy Bob.
He's not sure of what he thinks of this big hat on his head.
Where did you come from???
After my dad left, we got geared up for our long-awaited trip to Disneyland in Anaheim, CA. I wasn't so sure about taking four YOUNG boys to Disney, but Kenyon was insistent that we go while it is still magical for the older boys and it turned out to be a great trip. We had lots of fun and the little ones were able to go on most of the rides with us, so we made lots of memories and had a great time overall. Here are a few highlights:
Here we are on day one. We just got off Mr. Toad's Wild Ride - we have some crazy drivers in our family!!!
We ran into Goofy in Disney's California Adventure Park.
Waiting for the 3-D film based on the movie "A Bug's Life." It was hilarious to watch the boys take off their glasses and put them back on during the film to try to figure out what was happening. Cameron actually got up from his seat to try to grab the 3-D objects in front of us!
Here are Andrew and Lucas waiting for their big brothers!
Lightning McQueen and Mater were hanging out in California Adventure just waiting for kids to come and give them a good polishing! Anyone who knows our Andrew well, knows that he is OBSESSED with Lightning McQueen and calls him "KA-Chow" (what McQueen says in the movie). This was definitely the highlight of the trip for Drew and he hung out with his automobile buddies as much as he possibly could.
Rufus giving Ka-Chow a nice rub down. I could barely get him to look away for a picture!
Disneyland has a Star Wars exhibit where a Jedi picks kids from the audience to come up and be trained with light sabers and at the end, each child gets to fight Darth Vader. Cameron got picked and did a great job. He said he wasn't scared at all!
Here's our little squirt with his Jedi robe on.
He was so brave!
The force is strong with this little youngling!
Andrew was SCREAMING in the stroller when Sulley walked up. He wouldn't even look at him and was really the only character that he was afraid of during the entire trip.