Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Our Trip to New Jersey and NYC

We just got back from our trip to the east coast a few days ago. We had a great time visiting with family and friends. I have a ton of pictures so I am going to post them in a few groups. The kids did great on the airplane. When we arrived at the airport in New Jersey Grandpa Yee was there to pick us up with new coats in hand for the kids. We bundled them up and off to Jason's parents house we went. We hung out in Jersey with family, visited with friends, went to a friends wedding, did some shopping, went to NYC, visited Jason's sister in Manhattan, saw the famous Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center, ate dinner in China Town with relatives and visited Jason's Grandma in Brooklyn. It was great seeing everyone and we had a lot of fun.

Here we are in the lobby at Kristals Apartment

Kristal, Jason, Aiden, Me, and Trey

Checking out the view of the city from the balcony
Eating dinner in China Town

Trey and Aunt Tiffany

Just having some "tea"

Jason, Kristal, Me, Aiden, Trey, Tiff, Mom and Dad

playing at Great Grandmas house

Trey, Jason, Aiden, Grandma Hom and Me

Jason and his friends at the wedding

The boys absolutely LOVED sliding down the stairs and Grandma and Grandpa Yee's house

Aiden learned real fast how to do it and brother was very quick to teach him

Look at this monkey strike a pose....The boys had a lot of fun running around the house. They aren't use to having that much room to run around. They found plenty of things to do and sliding on the stairs was their favorite. I remember I used to do that at my parents house when I was little. Thanks Don and Elaine for everything...Aiden has perfected saying "grandma" and "grandpa" in Chinese and you will have to teach him more when we see you next. See you all soon.

1 comment:

**Krista** said...

What some cute pictures. It looks like you guys had a great time and it looks like you were able to accomplish a lot in the time you were there. Very cute pics of the boys. It is amazing how quickly they learn things from the older kids, isn't it?! I always loved sliding down stairs...its great entertainment for kids. :)