Tuesday, April 27, 2010

4 month stats.

Height: 25 3/4 inches (75%)
Weight: 15 lb. 14 oz. (65%)

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Easter at the Beach!

For Easter this year we decided last minute to go to the beach in Gulf Shores, Alabama. It was about a 9 hour drive so we left Saturday at 4:30 in the morning. The Easter Bunny found out somehow and came early and brought all the kids sand buckets, toys, goggles etc. When we arrived we checked into the hotel and got ready for the beach. The weather was WONDERFUL, not to hot, not to cold, perfect to just hang outside in ALL day. After the beach we ate at a restaurant called Lamberts Home of the Thrown Roll, thanks to Adrian and Annies suggestion. It was soooo yummy, they go around with hot homemade rolls....and you guessed it....they throw them to you. We all loved it!

This is the girls in the car at one of our stops, we were about an hour away at this point.

In the hotel, ready to head to the beach.

I caught Mya hiding in here. She cracks me up.

Mommy and Trey hanging out on the white sandy beach. The sand was so soft and fun to play in. You had to take your flip flops off to walk because you would just sink. Oh how I wish I was there right now.

Tweeb and the girls checking out the water.

Trey and daddy. Don't you just love Treys pink hat? It was the one we brought for Mya but I needed to keep the sun out of his eyes somehow.

Building sandcastles

Ellie just hanging out in the shallow water.

Hope and Ellie. Hope loved the water the most, she was so cute and never stopped playing. Mya enjoyed the sand and Ellie played hard both days and then was ready to go back to the hotel to SWIM...silly girl!

This picture is priceless because Trey HATED the beach and this is how he looked 99% of the time.

What is a trip to the beach if you dont bury each other in the sand?

Miss Mya just hanging out with mom playing in the sand.

Hope and Mya

Ellie and Trey both fell asleep on my lap and it was hard to get Hope and Mya to leave. We ended up only spending Saturday night there and then leaving to go home late Sunday. We made it home in 8 hours because Trey only woke up once the whole way home. The kids rode sooo well so maybe now we will dare to take some more road trips. It was so much fun and we hope to make this a new Easter tradition.