Aquarium of the Pacific




Aquarium of the Pacific was kind enough to gift us some tickets. So we headed there yesterday morning and explored a little. It was honestly the biggest blast! I think this has by far been his favorite place to visit, and that includes Disneyland. It's simply nothing short of amazing to see all the different water animals.






They have a really neat viewing area for the penguins. They actually swim on top of you.
We were to chicken to pet the sting rays and sharks. How can we know they won't decided to bite us!


We're so glad grandma came. Although it made me think about us leaving. We're gonna miss her! 


They were mesmerized! 





The jelly fish were one of the coolest things to see. These grow to about the size of a quarter. The baby ones were incredible. How amazing is our creator! 


The colors! 


I mean, come on!
^^We found Nemo!! ^^
Can you tell we had a great time? I can't stress that enough. It was so fun to see the kids enjoying their time there. It was also amazing for us to see. I would like to come back on a date with my husband. There are so many different things to do and see. I wish we could have fed the birds but it was closed at the time. I loved that it was small enough to do in one kid day, and by that I mean still get home in time to get a decent nap. Not sure how important that is to other moms but I love half day field trips! I can't wait to go back there! It is our new favorite place. It is definitely worth the trouble. Because going anywhere with kids is trouble. Fun, but trouble.  

If you're interested in more information on the aquarium, you can go here. To see other trips we have taken around the LA area, you can go here, here, here, and here

*This was a sponsored post. All opinions expressed were my own. 

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Erick Hid and they All Go said...

Cindy and I took Tori there on Halloween. She was only 10 months old, but we could tell she was enjoying it. All the fishes and animals. You're right, we were also able be home in time for her lunch and nap.

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