Steve just finished working on Green Lantern at Sony so it was time for a break. We went and visited his brother's family down in Oceanside. They have a brand new baby Kaylee that is in the NICU, so we took the older 2 kids part of the time so Annie could go to the hospital. Steve was also dying to go to Legoland. It was almost more than he could take. He smiled so much I swear I thought his lips were going to fall off his face.
Hailey is like a magnet for water. She just can't stay dry.
Just when she least expected it...
Yes, that wet diaper weighs at least 5 pounds, I'm sure.
It was here in the Star Wars exhibit Steve confessed that when he was little he always dreamed of growing up and having a room just for Legos. He told me he still hopes one day he can have that. I told him to talk to me in about 30 years. In the meantime, while I will not allow our home to be overrun by Legos I did tell him it was OK to display his latest set, the Hogwarts castle in our living room.
I think Steve is the only person I know who takes Legos to work to share with his coworkers.
Steve: Can R2D2 come home with us?
Wake up and play on the trampoline.
Then we visited Steve's brother Greg, who gave us a tour of the fire station he works at in Vista.
Then we played at Greg and Annie's house for a while.
And then we took all the small people to see the flower fields.
Sean was mainly interested in collecting stamps at each location. It's like a treasure hunt.
Here's what most of the place looks like: fields of flowers of different colors that just keep going and going.
Thursday we took Hailey, Sean, and Brianna to LegoLand for the day.
Sometimes so much cool stuff tires you out.
Good bye Legoland!