So my sister and I set out for a fun end of summer road trip to San Antonio. Two moms and six kids–five of them mine. Now it makes me a little nervous to travel with them all by myself. I mean what if they got sick right?
We stopped in Waco to visit the Dr Pepper Museum and then drove the rest of the way to San Antonio. I was so proud and tired to have made it all the way.
We stayed at Best Western Ingram Park Inn. I loved the welcome punch and cookies! We took the kids swimming and then went to bed.
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The next morning we got up and headed to Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Our family purchased season tickets to Six Flags so we wanted to make good use of them. What a blast Six Flags was!
And so tired the kids once again were fast asleep. And then it happened. I woke up to the sound of one of my kids throwing up (in the bathroom, thankfully!). No! No! No! It was Faith. Poor thing. I wondered what in the world I was going to do the next day with her sick. After the poor girl threw up she began sneezing repeatedly. I don’t know how she was able to catch her breath! I jumped up and gave her some allergy medicine. You know what? She went to sleep and woke up fine the next morning. The only thing I can think of is that it was an allergy attack. But you know it just wouldn’t have been right for our family to go on a road trip without someone throwing up right? Ha ha! You’d think we’re sick a lot at home, but we really aren’t. Nope we save it for the road trips. 🙂
We were able to go and enjoy a full day at SeaWorld San Antonio. On this day we purchased All Day Dining Passes and stayed until the park closed. Such great memories with my sister and the kids with their cousin.