Skip to main content

Our little trip to Tokyo Disney Sea!*Pic heavy*


Last week my big man, and by big, I mean my five year old :) had Spring break for a week. And seeing that my hubby's ship was in port. We decided it would be a fun little trip to take our boys to "Tokyo Disney Sea". We really had a great time, myself especially!  I still sometimes find myself in awe with the natives of this country. It's like anything fashion wise goes, but somehow it all works.. One things for sure, in Japan there is freedom to do just do you, you know.. Okay, had to get that out of the way lol.. So, the family and I drove up to Tokyo, which is about a two hour drive from where we are stationed, so not a long road trip at all.. So here are a few pictures, didn't want to post all 100 of them lol, no, I'm serious lol!
 

My three men!
 

My family...





All the characters were out and about and I think my hubby
and I were more excited than the boys lol!
 



 Tokyo, Disney Sea is truly a great place for little kids, my boys were able to get on all the rides at the park with the exception of about one or two. That's awesomeness in my book! The boys are still talking and chatting about when is the next trip lol!

My little man on his first ride ever awwweee! How I love this little guy,
oh yeah, and the hubby too hehe!
 
 


My big man and I! Sigh, this is mommy's little lovebug!

 






A ride that my hubby rode by himself, yes, I am that scary!
Look at this thing, yeah, okay(side eye) lol!



 




My little guy was pooped after a long day at Disney!



 Overall this was a great little trip for my family, we had a blast and look to do it again soon, hopefully before we PCS this summer... Alright lovelies just wanted to share today. I hope you all are having a fantastic weekend! Be blessed and nothin' less and continue to stay fearlessly fierce!

Comments

  1. How FUN! I think Disney brings out the kid in everyone! Your family is precious, by the way. You can see the love!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks Vanessa! We truly did enjoy ourselves..

      Delete
  2. That looks like great fun! Cute family too:-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you Karin, we really did have a great time!

      Delete
  3. Looks like an awesome filled day. Lol @ I am that scary.. Don't feel bad I am such a chicken when it comes to amusement park rides.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Sheila, girl I had to tell that man that I was not getting on anything that blew out fire...Please and thank you lol!

      Delete
  4. What a beautiful family you have. Looks like you all had a blast! Thanks for sharing:)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you Victoria..We did have a blast!

      Delete
  5. Very nice family vacation photos.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

It's a ruffle kinda of season :Vogue 9243

Guys have you ever started a project, and were quite excited to make the garment, but halfway through finishing, you suddenly lose interest? Well, that was my story. I have never been so ready to call a garment done in my life,lol.


This pattern is seriously not hard at all, technique wise, that is. I mean, once you get over having to hem those four flounces if you do the view that I made, which is view F. However,  I'm just kinda of meh about this project. I  think because I loved McCall's 7542 so much, and was hoping the same for this top too, but nope!



 The neckline on this one is enormously large! I didn't catch this when I tissue fitted the pattern, but I have been more diligent in exercising and eating better, so I don't know; maybe I lost a few pounds, which could have caused the neckline to be large. However, if you look closely at the model on the cover, it looks to be a little large on the model's neckline as well, so something to note.



 Let's get …

I'm just here for the sleeves: M7542

It's no secret, that these sleeves are in everywhere now days! I'm mean, I'm just here for the sleeves myself,lol.

 I loved this pattern at first glance, and I even loved all of the other views that were accompanied within the pattern. I don't think that has every happened for me, now that I  think about it.


 Now looking over the instructions prior to starting this project, I was fairly confident that everything was going to be a breeze, and they were for the most part( however comma) (yes I had to write it out because I would totally say this in real life, lol!)

However, those darn sleeves gave me a run for my money, well not the sleeve itself, but the hem!




 I'm no rookie when it comes to hemming curved hems, or so I thought, because every method I tried was basically like, nope, try again, LOL! 
 After what seemed like an eternity and having to re-cut out an entirely different flounce, I was able to get a decent hem on the flounce of the sleeve. I just used Mc…

The three pattern dress that took a month to finish:Simplicity 8383

Guys so my sewing mojo has been pretty much non- existent-hence the reason it has taken me over a month to finish the hem of this simple dress,lol..  This dress is Simplicity 8383 and I was so gun-ho  in making this dress, that I went out and purchased the pattern and paid full price, as I couldn't bare to wait the shipping out, then only to take a month to hem said dress that I just had to have :)..

This pattern is very easy. If you have any sewing experience, the instructions would not be of importance to you. The view that I made, view C, has only four pattern pieces:front, back, neck band, and the arm hole binding pattern pieces for the arm holes. I made the 16 and added four inches to the dress and I was still only able to do a tiny hem, so be mindful if you're only the taller end like myself. For the fabric, I used a rayon blend knit fabric that I purchased from a local vendor here in Hawaii some time ago, and I really adore the drape and movement of this fabric.



I al…