We're going to apologize up front for the length of this blog post. If you don't really care what we did on our vacation, and you just want to see the awesome pictures that highlight our everlasting cuteness, then we forgive you for scrolling and skimming. BUT, if you want to know just how much fun we had spending time in Scottsdale, then read on because we had an epically awesome vacation!
First of all, you should know that me Eloise, I now answer to "Miss No", and Cooper answers to "Big Coopy". You can thank Pops for our awesome nicknames. Ok, so we spent the last week in Scottsdale visiting Gramma Betti, Pops, and Lucy. We decided to take Mommy and Daddy on our vacation too, mostly because Daddy wanted to golf and Mommy was already complaining about the snow and cold (duh...it's winter Mom!), but they don't factor much into the fun we had. We didn't exactly take naps on the flight down last Friday, so our fun times didn't exactly start until Saturday morning. It also didn't help that Coopy had croup and then passed his yucky cold onto me, Gramma and Daddy. Anyway, Saturday we spent exploring Gramma and Pops' house. See, they have this awesome hallway that's great for golf.
It's also pretty great for running.
I spent a lot of time "busy running" on this vacation. After we'd exhausted ourselves golfing and running, we decided it would be fun to take Lucy to the dog park.
It was pretty fun to hang with Gramma and her friends, and Lucy and her friends. There were even two Caddie-like puppies there! We loved them. Anyway, Sunday we decided to take Gramma and Pops and Mommy and Daddy out to breakfast and to the Train Park. Both were super awesome. Breakfast was mega delicious.
Then it was time for the Train Park! It was so much fun! We posed (sort of) for pictures inside a caboose, and modeled our new conductor hats.
Then it was time for sliding. Sliding is awesome.
After that we spent some time exploring the Train Museum and walking around before heading home. We made sure to hold Gramma and Pops' hands so they wouldn't get too lost.
When we weren't out having adventures, we spent time at the house doing awesome fun things like playing bubbles, having tea parties, and locking Daddy and Coopy in Lucy's kennel.
Then, on Christmas Eve, Santa Pops came to visit! We LOVE Santa Pops...although we love him more if we can sit with Mommy and Daddy too.
We also went to a super awesome park where Coopy got to practice his soccer and hoops skills.
Before we knew it, it was time to take a few final pictures with Gramma and Pops and head home. We were pretty bummed, but we know we'll get to see them again soon. Thanks for a fantastic trip Gramma Betti and Pops! We love you very much.
We know we missed at least a few days and two vital and exciting adventures, but we thought we'd spare you the super mega extra long blog (not that this one isn't), and break our vacation into three parts. You're welcome :-)