Jason and I joined Kyle and Reed in Galveston on Tuesday night.
There were 10 other kids all around the same age from Granny Buffie's family for them to play with. I'm not sure how much fun that was for all the adults, but Kyle and Reed had a blast.
Most of the kids left Wednesday morning, so I'm glad they got to go early to play.
It was a very nice trip, and I especially liked that I never stepped foot on the beach.
Sun and sand just don't mix with my fair skin, so I don't have any "kids having fun on the beach" pictures. But don't worry, they loved it.
And as much as the sun, sand, and surf isn't for my skin, I think it feels the same way about Reed's hair!
Galveston is having a seaweed epidemic (which is a bit of an understatement.) They cleaned it up with tractors in front of where we were, but check this out from along the sea wall. The black stuff is seaweed. There's no beach!
In other "exciting" news, Kyle found a oyster and named it Clammy. He wanted to bring it home and keep it as a pet. I talked him in to just getting his picture made with it instead.
And a pretty picture with Grandpa Gary.
A big thank you to Granny Buffie for inviting us to come on her family vacation.
The Ingersoll clan definitely had a good time.