It’s been a year since we visited Hong Kong as part of my Mum’s 60th birthday celebrations. Mum is such a sweet Grandma to my boys so it was no surprise that she chose to spend her birthday at Disneyland so that, in her words, she could “spend the day enjoying the boys first Disneyland experience”.
The trip was amazing and looking back one year later I’m so happy we did it. It was not without its hiccups – Sammy was at the peak of his terrible twos which made his incessant requests to be carried for pretty much the entire WHOLE TIME physically unbearable. But, as much as the difficulty of traveling with a two year old still stands out in my mind, it was so magical to go on such an adventure as a family.
All mickey errrthing
One very hopeful mum prior to take-off
Always look up
Strategy: never ending snacks
Tea time with a view
Hong Kong Island vista
His ultimate pride n joy found at Toys R Us Hong Kong
More kawaii friends
Mum hack: load the stroller with their toys so they end up pushing it around when you’re just too tired 😉
When the world is your baby gym
Finds something cute. Must have pic.
Table for two
Someone’s having a good time
The swing that Christian smashed himself on and caused every member of the Central Shopping Centre security team to attend #swotlife
Can’t all my meals be served like this?
Making new friends
Kisses for my biggest
Over & out
Living his best life
Quality time at the happiest place on earth
Man on a Mission. Destination: Disneyland
Happy 60th Grandmama
Also a dude
What you looking at swan???
The hotel bath. Always a highlight
Hot n Sweaty but cool AF
Toy Story Land
Making a Splash
Slippers. Hong Kong style
Attempt #1 at a change room visit
Would’ve loved a decent pic here. Cant have everything.
Taking a load off
These glasses were a highlight
He actually almost killed us on this trip.
I was always gonna be the most excited 🙂
Just a bit happy with the bed
Just cause he’s cute
Who is this Mickey and why is he everywhere?
The reality of most of the holiday
I once read that your kids won’t remember all the books you read them but each one will leave an imprint on their heart. It’s the same with travel. They won’t remember all the details of this special trip but it’s stamped on their soul. Plus, as adults we’ll always have the memories and will cherish the many, many, many moments for years to come.