This is some pier I can't remember the name of in San Diego.
So it turned out to be a photo booth. Still, large creepy animals/monsters shouldn't take children away without parental consent.
On Sunday we walked around the San Diego temple and borrowed some of their flowers...
Then we went to Balboa Park. We walked around a bit and the kids danced on the big, beautiful stage.
Kate's pulling a Michael Jackson.
Actually, she really had to go, and this was a reeeeally big park. We had to crash a formal dinner event to find the nearest bathroom.
Next up, Sand Diego ZOO! We sure didn't take many pictures, but the kids loved the playground and the polar bears. Okay, I loved the polar bears, and told them that they did too. Kate also really liked the hippos, and Faith always loves ducks. I saw the biggest baboon I've ever seen. I couldn't believe how huge it was! No, we didn't get a picture, so you'll have to imagine it.
The petting zoo was a huge hit. Faith hugged every sheep and goat there at least twice.
Mike and I reasoned that if we let Kate get her face painted, we wouldn't have to buy her a princess dress.
Back to Disneyland
We headed over to California Adventure Park and we LOVED it! It was way less crowded, and Faith could ride most of the rides that Kate did. We hung out in a replica of Bug Land from Bug's Life. It was really cute. And our camera died. So once again, use your imagination.
Then we headed pack over to the Disneyland. We waited in Pixie Hollow for 45 minutes to meet...
Some random fairie that was NOT Tinkerbell. Kate had no clue who she was, but she was beautiful, so she didn't care.
On our way to the airport, we stopped at the beach. Not the wisest thing, and I should have known better since it's exactly what my family did when I was 7, and I remember sitting on the plane in wet sandy clothes for hours.