Nap time was definitely an "on the go" thing most of this trip. She was great, and just made due sleeping where ever we were
I was definitely the one taking pictures on this trip, so I have TONS of Charli and her Dad.
A few of us spent the last morning at sunset beach, and Torrin did a little boogie boarding... he needs just a little more practice I would say.
Charli and Me at Sunset beach
While we were there, we were blessed to attend the sealing of Chris's 3 youngest siblings in the Hawaii temple. They were absolutely adorable, and it was a beautiful ceremony.
Charli and Torrin at Sharks Cove
I just love this picture of Kaho, at Turtle Bay Beach
Charli couldn't get enough of these parrots! She would point at them and laugh when ever they moved.
Our little family at the Polynesian Cultural Center
Steph and AJ at Hanauma Bay. By far the most amazing beach I've ever been to in my life. The snorkeling was incredible, with tons of sea turtles, fish, and crystal clear water.
Just a picture that doesn't do this place any justice, but it's taken from the cliff above, overlooking a small part of Hanauma Bay
Please excuse my brother-in-law Robs obscene finger! This was one of the only pictures I got of everyone (except me) who went to Wiamea Falls. Charli napping in her stroller, as usual
This one is just funny, because someone put a leaf on her head, and it stayed there for a good 10 minutes before she realized it was there!
OK, so in my opinion it was worth the money and the walk, because you go through botanical gardens that are AMAZING, but the finally is supposed to be the falls...... here I am with Charli, in front of the falls/trickle. Normally you can swim, but since there has been so little rain, the water hasn't been flowing into little stream. Since its been standing still, the water collects lots of bacteria, so there's no swimming aloud.
Fia, Kinsey, Torrin, and Emma!