Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Disneyland Countdown!

I know this is going to by a lame post, but at least it's something.

We are leaving for Disneyland on the 21st, we will be spending 3 nights in St. George, One in Vegeas, because Eric is doing a Cross race(mix of road and mountain biking)in there. Then we have 3 days in Disney and one in Sea world. Then on our way back we'll spend one night in St. George before returning home. I am sooo excited but a little nervous, I hope all goes well. Any advice! I haven't been there since I was 15.

8 comments:

Eagar Five said...

We went to san diego in May, and it went pretty smoothly...well as smoothly as it could go with 3 young kids. However, we flew so I don't have any advice for the road trip. Anyway, we had to do seaworld in 2 days because the kids got a bit tired. My advice would be, don't try to cram too much in each day because your kids won't be able to enjoy or reflect on the things they see and do. You'll always have another chance in the future to take them back to enjoy what you couldn't see.

Eagar Five said...

Forgot to say, HAVE A GREAT TIME!

Amy said...

Are you kidding me, Disneyland is the greatest place EVER. You guys are going to have so much fun and your girls will be in heaven. I just LOVE it. All you need to do is never look at a clock, just enjoy every single minute you have. Have dang fun okay!

BrittneyandDoug said...

That sounds like so much fun! Your girls are so good, they will love it! I'm with you I haven't been there since I was a teenager, good luck!

BAWDEN FAMILY said...

Friend,
Take your girls to Ariel's Grotto, it is the lunch with the princess' and is so much fun. It really isn't that expensive (for Disneyland) but you do have to book a reservation early. You can have your girls dress up and everything. We have taken Paislee 3times now and she has LOVED it everytime!
LOVE YA & have fun,
Amanda

Hillary Corpuz said...

YEAH FOR DISNEY! Call me I have lots of tips for taking little kids.

Melissa said...

He can't even take a vacation from racing! Just go with the flow and have fun.

Heidi Gail Richhart said...

my advice would be is to just HAVE FUN! and treasure the time you have together as a family and enjoy eachother.