Wednesday, April 13, 2011

I Need a Vacation!

BlogHer this year is in sunny San Diego! I've never been to California, myself, but I hear it's gorgeous. It's the weekend right before my birthday, too, so what a way to celebrate! I would give anything to go to the BlogHer conference this year, but it's crazy expensive and I would need someone to sponsor me. But I don't think there's any chance Shmuel would let me fly cross-country with the baby by myself for a weekend. :-( *sigh*

Is anyone else out there planning to go to BlogHer? It's too bad I didn't go to last year's conference, which was in New York City. That would've been super easy for me to get to! Maybe they'll decide to hold it in Boston next year... :-) That would be super amazing!!! But I do really need a vacation... We were supposed to go to Israel for Ziva's wedding, but my school vacation didn't coincide with her wedding date. I'd love to get down to Florida to go to Disney World and Universal Studios, but I don't think Shmuel is up for a big trip with all of the kids. That's why it would be SOOO AMAZING if I could go to BlogHer. Shmuel would stay with the twins at home, and I would take the baby for some bloggy fun in San Diego. We might even be able to sneak in a trip to the San Diego Zoo! I love animals. :-)

Any of you guys ever been to (or live on) the west coast?

2 comments:

St Elsewhere said...

Maybe when Tzipora is a little older, you can go to some BlogHer conference. I am not going, but I am sure several ALI bloggers are.

Gayby Rabies said...

I say go for it, if Shmuel is okay to be with the twins alone, and you can afford it. Tzipora is at that magical age that would make her easy to travel with. It would give you some nice alone time / bonding time with her. My thought on Disney is that everyone must be at least 5 years old, otherwise they won't remember it or appreciate it. You'll just get stuck going again in a year or two when all 3 of them start pouting that they've never been to Disney. The west coast is beautiful, and SO DIFFERENT from the east.