Yeah, I never planned on giving him money because, quite frankly, even if I really wanted to we couldn't. We just don't have it right now. I had considered trying to find a donor who would sponsor him though.
Annie was busy at Gramma's making a special blanket for her new brother. She picked out the fabric and everything, explaining, "The monkeys on it will make him laugh!"
What a sweet boy. Life is so good with our new little one at home. So long sweet summer.
My lovely "full figure" and Tom's toned buns (if he hadn't been holding Annie, I think this opportunity would have been more than I could resist).
This morning I asked Annie where I got such a smart little girl. She replied, "At Ace . . . in the girls."
Bummer! She didn't get to go on the biggest rides, but she was legal for a lot, even the Matterhorn.
We got lucky. The firework show wasn't scheduled until peak season (two weeks away), but they did a trial show one night we were there. Annie had been telling us about the fireworks at Disneyland for months, so we were super happy to see them. It was an impressive display set to music with confetti at the end.