Warning: Picture heavy post
|The decision to take two strollers instead of the Double Bob, best decision ever.|
This is before we got the 4 seat area, in case you didn't notice those are fox's on Mini Fox's Pj's, so cute right?
Mr. wanted me to have a picture with the kids, since I'm always the one behind the camera.
Baby Fox looking out the window, can't remember what he as looking at though
Our view from the train, seriously it was that clear and the ocean was that pretty, what a great way to get to San Diego
Mini Fox slept part of the way, that thing near her mouth? It's called a Wubbanub, if you have kids and they can't keep a pacifier in their mouth, get one right now.
After getting off the train, we caught a bus to get to the actual Zoo, we had a friend meet up with us and he showed us where to go. It was nice to see him, he lives just a block away from the train station so he came to say hi and see us off.
Mini Fox on the bus, she took up more then half the isle, oops!
Welcome to the San Diego Zoo!
|Baby Fox didn't want to get in the picture|
Nana and Ampa met us there, they wanted to drive.
|Look who decided to change into real clothes. They seriously need to make cuter bibs, I want to design clothes with matching bibs so that you don't ruin a perfectly cute outfit with a bib|
This monkey made us laugh, just loungin' around
I tried the slow shutter speed on this to see if I could get the waterfall to look cool, which it totally does! But I needed to put it on a tripod and use a timer so that my dad and Mini Fox would be more in focus.
A sleeping hippo, right next to Baby Fox's head, do you see it?
Baby Fox decided to lead the way
We passed this and I couldn't resist taking a picture
He's being a bear and sleeping in his cave
Woah, glad he's on the other side of the fence
Next was lunch, don't worry Baby Fox did eat more then just frozen yogurt - sort of
Mr. being silly with Mini Fox
The only way I could get him to take a picture with the saber tooth tiger, grab his tail
Impressive looking camel
How cute are Koala Bears? Apparently it was very rare that this guy was awake, they sleep about 22 hours a day, so the fact that he happen to catch this one away, so cool! Although we didn't know that until after we left the zoo and my parents took the bus tour around the zoo
Most of the time they just do this:
How to they sleep sitting up?
Baby Fox was done taking pictures
And then we saw this smart guy...like seriously? What part of that sign don't you get?
Back at the train station, running around, I can't believe it's now 5:30pm, Baby Fox hasn't taken a nap and is running around like a crazy person
But this girl passed out - I'd like you to note that Mr. has gotten to hold Mini Fox for all her train naps, I wanted to hold her for this nap, but he said...but it's MY Birthday! Okay fine, you can have her this time, baby hog!
We kept Baby Fox busy by feeding him everything we had brought
I finally got a chance to hold her, but only because she woke up, but I'll take it!
Baby Fox pretending to be luggage on the luggage rack
The view from our ride home, sunset, so pretty. Was going to be awkward to step over this sleeping girl to take the picture, so you get the girl and a reflection of us, Baby Fox wanted to be held like how Daddy was holding Mini Fox, that's why he looks all awkward, I'm rocking him like a baby all while taking a picture, multitasking at it's best.
Good way to end a great day!
p.s. We won't be taking the train to SD again, but it was a good experience and maybe we'll do it again when Mini Fox gets a little older and wants a trip of her own, but for now, we'll stick to driving ourselves.