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Eat My Bubbles

When Hubby and I went on the Disney Cruise in 2015, we bought a Nikon Coolpix camera.  The battery on that camera has a short life so we were unable to get a lot of photos while on the trip.  We still have the camera though.  We pull it out when we want to have fun in the pool.

Monday was one of those days.  Hubby charged up the camera.  The Wee One, Imaginative One, my niece, and my nephew played in the pool.  I did get into the pool for a little while.  Most of the time I was in the pool, I was taking photos.

I got out when they decided to have a rousing game of Marco Polo.  I did not want to become a victim of their playing.

So without further ado, enjoy the photos of us playing around. 

Note:  I’m not going to include the photos of my niece or nephew since they are not my children.


Oh, the teens decided they needed to wear random buckets on their heads.  Silly teens.  (They were still able to breath otherwise I would have made them take them off their head.) 

This was the last time I wore a bathing suit.

Have a magical day!

Mama’s Losin’ It

4 thoughts on “Eat My Bubbles

  1. Teen goofiness – it ties with “new baby” and “snuggly kiddo” in my favorite stages. My youngest is 19, so I’m savoring the goofiness!

  2. The Coolpix takes pretty good pictures, short battery life notwithstanding. I’d have a camera shop look at the battery. It sounds like it needs to be replaced, especially if it was a new camera. Sometimes, too, there’s a “burn-in” period where it takes a while for the battery to reach its maximum life. Those rechargable batteries can be a real pain in the backside sometimes…

  3. It must have been an underwater coolpix. I had a regular one for telephoto (not for water use) that had a great battery life. Spent a week with it at Disney World without recharging in 2009.

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