Southern California // part two

When we weren’t chilling at the pool or running around after the boys, we managed to check out a bunch of kid-friendly local places.


I thought I would share a few of those with you today!

Up first, La Jolla Cove to check out the seals and sea lions. After reading up the famous La Jolla residents, we ventured to the beach to see them first hand. When we got there, you could see mamas and their babies sunbathing on the beach.

Sadly though, by the time we left the beach had been completely overrun with tourists getting too close so the seals departed.

Down the way Everett got to dip his toes into the ocean for the first time!SoCal2018_11

We encountered a dreary/misty day while there and decided to go check out Queen Califia’s Magical Circle in Escondido. Much to our dismay, this uber colorful sculpture park is closed during inclement weather. But we did manage a snag a photo near one serpent sculpture outside of the enclosed area.

SoCal2018_06Another rainy day adventure we went on was to the Scripps Aquarium to check out some local flora and fauna. We only took the two older kiddos with us this time and they both had a blast. Especially in the outdoor Boundless Energy play area.


Another beach we visited during our stay was La Jolla Shores Beach. Situated right next to Kellogg Park, the boys loved getting very wet in the water and then playing on the nearby playground.SoCal2018_22SoCal2018_21SoCal2018_20SoCal2018_18SoCal2018_17SoCal2018_16Another day trip we made was to the world renowned San Diego Zoo. I couldn’t believe how close you could get to the animals – definitely worth the trip! Oh, and hills galore. Wear comfortable shoes because this park is HUGE!


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