Sun, Sea, and a
It was a very windy day up on deck, but the sun
was beaming down on us.
Between lounging in the sun, splashing in
the pool, and raiding the breakfast and lunch buffets, it was the perfect
start to the cruise.
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Baba and Joey wading in the shallow end,
asking mama to peel
herself away from the sundeck and play with
Joey braves it on his own into the
"deep" end, but holds
onto the side
for dear life.
Mama and Joey... chillin' poolside after lunch, enjoying a reggae
rendition of "Knocking on Heaven's Door".
We think this was Saba island in the
background. In the foreground, we're pretty sure it's cute
One of the last posed
photos Joey would
be willing to give for the rest of the trip...
it was only day 2!
Before heading back to the cabin to clean up for dinner, we spent about
an hour and a half at the Kid's Corner... the over-protective
parents that we are, we opted to hang out in the background, rather than
just leaving Joey there with the other 20 kids and ONE teacher.
Coming down the slide, with life
preservers in abundance underneath!
Joey had so much fun with the older
everything they said
and did. He dubbed it a "boy
Avery with frosting and sprinkles topping
off her cute face.
She was one of the
four kids in our group.
The evening was spent at one formal event after another:
private reception for our group of 25,
the captain's reception,
in the dining room - also with our group.
Jarret in his tux...
cute boy with the blue eyes!
Joey's first use of the digital camera...
was Greg a little
Lenie and Frank Andrade,
Joey attaching himself to mommy's lap,
so there was no room
Jarret being serenaded in
Romanian by our waitress,
Greg's 36th birthday celebration!
The cake shows his new Romanian name.
The photographer did a lousy
job setting up our pose,
but it's still a riot that they had the
Titanic staircase as a backdrop on a cruiseship!