Myles' first flight.
Luke taking the safety instructions very seriously.
This is the face of, "I can have the iPad the whole time?!?"
Seeing Krista and her family after 18 months was like no time had passed at all. We even met each other's babies for the first time…and they met each other. :) I have missed her. We still keep in close contact, but there is something about just being with a great friend.
The kids reunited and picked up right where they left off.
That night, we headed into Disney Springs to eat at the T-REX Restaurant. We were positive the kids would love this experience. Emma looks for the T-Rex dinosaur first thing every week when she is dropped off in nursery (not a doll or book or kitchen toy--a T-Rex). Luke loved 'The Good Dinosaur' movie. The dinosaurs were very lifelike. Every15-20 minutes there would be a meteor shower. It felt fairly intense at times, especially when the dinosaurs all started roaring. All of us enjoyed the atmosphere and food.
Young paleontologists hard at work in the restaurant's fossil dig area.
Unfortunately, Cody had to work late. Bryan likes to fuel those "Mormon rumors."
The kids liked seeing "Manny" from Ice Age.
…and Manny's baby.
After dinner, we made our way to the lego store where the kids created and raced their lego creations.
Emma was more captivated by the princess than the Legos towards the end. I think Luke could have stayed until they closed. He is definitely in the Lego phase/stage.
Such a great way to kick start our trip!