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... we made it through! We made the most amazing memories during the last week. As much as I love vacations, I also love getting home, sitting on my own couch and sleeping in my own bed!
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... failed we could always cancel it! Even the day of we were scared that she would hate it, but decided to go any way. We got to the marina about a half an hour before the boat was set to head out. My stomach was still churning in fear of spending an hour and a half on a boat with a screaming 18 month old. We got on the boat and headed out to the harbor and gave her a bowl of cheezits to keep her occupied, and she didn't seem upset ...
... just a few hours earlier. We played in the sand, and ran up and down the beach and decided take little miss out into the water, being that it was finally calm she loved it more than she had all week, she smiled and giggled and didn't cry once. Hubby went out into the water and went under trying to show her that it wasn't big and scary. Apparently it worked, when we got back on the sand up to our umbrella she instantly turned back around ...
... Beach for dinner to try another one of the restaurant gift cards we had. This time we ate at The Original Waterfront Crab Shack. It was a cute little side of the road seafood place, great service and delicious food. Little miss gobbled up 3/4 of her grilled cheese sandwich and hubby and I both ate every last bite of food on our plates. It sits right on the marina, so another amazing view to eat dinner to. ...
... Island. I have always had a soft spot for fishing piers, something about them is just the epitome of the coast for me. When we went to the Gulfarium on Saturday you could see the pier from the exhibits and I just couldn't wait to find a time to go explore it. It was $2 a person to walk out (more if you wanted to fish) and definitely worth it, seeing local fisherman try for a catch, watching surfers beneath catch some waves, and just ...
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