Thursday, April 30, 2009

Maui Here We Come!

Maui was awesome. The last night we were there we went to the coolest luau. They had a pig roast, amazing food and hula dancers (which were Braylee's favorite part). We had so much fun with the Dyreng clan. We couldn't have made it there without them. Thanks Kevin and Julie. We love you guys!

The Pig Roast
Mommies Little Tiger

My cute little Hawaiian kids!

The Whales were in season while we were in Maui. We went out on a boat and got so close to them. We were so excited to show Braylee the Whales and as you can see she was thrilled! She fell asleep on the way out to see them and we could not wake her up.

This is the U.S's largest Banyan tree. I don't know if you can tell but it is growing out of the ground in several different places and then it all connects together.

Seriously, how cute is he?! I barrowed this cute little crab outfit from Krista and I wanted him to wear it every day. I was just at Gymboree and they still have it. I might have to go buy it in a bigger size so he can wear it all summer!

The Road to Hana! What and experience. The Road to Hana is a very long, curvey road that has some amazing scenery. About every ten miles, we got out and went for a small hike to find something amazing. And yes, we are crazy parents who took their seven week old baby boy and three year old little girl on all of these hikes. Tyson was a trooper. He never made a peep (except for every three hours when he wanted food of course)! The road is an all day event, but at the end there was four mile hike that leads to a 400 ft. waterfall. My camera died before we got there, so sorry there are no pictures. It was incredible. We got there pretty late in the evening, so we were hiking in the dark on the way back down. That was crazy, but well worth it.