Only Victoria can manage to drag out her birthday celebration for a week. Last Tuesday, Grandma came to visit, followed by a visit from Nana and Papa on Saturday, a trip to Carowinds yesterday, and a day at the movies today while her brother and sister had to go to school. I'd have to say it's been a good birthday for her. It's #7, which sounds so much older than 6 for some reason. She's a little girl- no more baby left in her at all.
Vic with Aunt Kathleen, who made it possible for the hubs to actually ride some adult rides for once.
Sophie riding on something she was technically too short to ride. She had a blast.
Trev and yours truly
Sophie and Linus, BeBe buddies
Vic and Linus
The real Charlie Brown (aka Trev) decided to sit this one out.
I was trying to snap this pic behind me, because Soph and I were in front of them. I don't know what Vic is doing.
Sophie's expression at the top of the hill on the Woodstock Express (aka the Scooby Doo roller coaster before the name change.) She loved the rides. She is such a little daredevil.
I think this was the only time Victoria rode with me. Most of the time she hung with her big brother.
This is quite a special shot in that not one of them was looking at the camera. It takes a true talent to capture something like this.
Standing on the rails for the billionth time after being told repeatedly not to.
I swear trying to get this girl to smile is impossible.
My sister and me before she dragged me on to a roller coaster with multiple loops, twists, and turns, which successfully relocated all of the fluid in my head, causing nausea every time I got on a ride from that point on.
Victoria and her alter ego
Daddy and Sophie
We snuck this one on a ride, too, and you can see how delighted she was.
Jack In The Box for dinner. The kids were so exhausted.
The birthday girl this morning