We got home last night exhausted, but happy. Well, actually that is not quite right. We loved the cruise so much we did not want to come home. It was over too soon.
I am still feeling foggy-brained, but I am going to try to post some pictures from our trip.
Jonathan and Jackson in Disney's port terminal in Port Canaveral with Pluto. Ready to set sail!
Jonathan and Jackson at muster. This is my least favorite part of a cruise.
Jonathan at the "Sail Away" party. Jackson did not like the noise.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse danced at the Sail Away party.
The boys hanging out with Captain Jack Sparrow. Arrrgh!
I wanted to get a family picture with Mickey and Minnie. I just love that Mouse!
The second night of the cruise the dress code was "Dress Up." I thought my boys looked pretty spiffy.
Jackson on the beach at Castaway Cay. It is beautiful there! We all had a great time and got a little sunburned.
Jonathan at Castaway Cay, taking a break from snorkeling. He loved snorkeling. He could be a beach bum.
Mark and the boys in front of the "Flying Dutchman", the ship from "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest."
The gold medal winners of the Mickey 200! It is sort of a Pinewood Derby using vegetables.
Jackson on the ferry to the dolphin encounter.
In the (cold) water with a dolphin. This was an incredible experience!
Jonathan, Jackson and Austin, a friend of Jonathan's whose family was on the cruise with us.
At dinner on "Pirates In the Caribbean Night".
Jonathan danced and had a wonderful time at the "Pirates IN the Caribbean" party on the third night of the cruise. Jackson, once again, did not appreciate the noise.
Jackson appears to be over-whelmed in this picture, but actually had a great time. He graduated from D-Sea-U, the kid's program on the ship. He was on stage with Mickey and Minnie, and he got a T-shirt and a grad cap. Very cute.
The finale to the "Pirates IN the Caribbean" party was a fireworks display. I could not capture in one picture everything that was happening. Pirate Mickey slid from an upper level to the stage while "We Need a Hero" was playing. He then chased off the bad guys Captain Hook and Mr. Smee. (Stephanie, I thought of you.) It was fantastic!