During the first part of October, I got to spend 3 amazingly fun days with my sisters and parents in California. We have all wanted to do Halloween Disney and since this was my parents last few days living in California before moving back to Utah, we decided it was the perfect opportunity. It was an awesome way to celebrate my dad's retirement AND 60th birthday! I am not quite sure how it ended up being just my parents and their girls, but it did (Sadly my sister-in-law Jessica was not able to make it:( We missed you Jessica!). We were kid free for a few days and got to enjoy the adult side of Disney.
We all flew in Wednesday night and spent the night right outside of Disney. On Thursday, we spent the entire day at California Adventure. I was a bit worried that I wouldn't be able to ride a lot of the rides since I am pregnant, but luckily that wasn't the case. We spent all day having fun and doing whatever we wanted to do. My mom got us all matching shirts, and Tiffani bought us all Minnie ears:) It was fun to be a kid for the day . . . or rather 3 days. Since it was just us adults, we were able to skip a lot of line waiting by doing the single rider lines, which was awesome. I highly recommend it.
Saturday morning we packed up and drove to Hollywood to have a delicious breakfast at The Griddle. We all shared a few dishes that were all so good! As soon as I ate enough, I had to head to the airport. Mom was nice enough to take me.
The flight home was long but good. Flying on an airplane when pregnant is not ideal. Man is it uncomfortable. When I got up to use the bathroom, the (extremely outgoing and talkative) guy behind me guessed that I was about 8 1/2 months along and asked if I was about to pop. (No I didn't ask him to guess, he just did) When I chuckled and told him that I still had 3 months to go his comment was, "Wow, you are going to be huge!". Um, thank you. My real thought was, "You have no idea". Oh the things people say. Luckily it didn't bother me. I actually think it is quite funny. It was obvious he didn't have children of his own, or had never had a pregnant wife. Add that conversation to the book of "Things to Never Say to A Pregnant Lady".