Growing up, I always knew my parents were superheroes. I was always so proud that they were my parents because it felt like I came from some sort of royal-superhero-heritage. Not because we had a lot of money or lived in a fancy house, but because they were people who saved other peoples’ lives and protected us from the bad guys. That, to me, always seemed like the coolest thing in the world.
|San Francisco fun!|
|Waiting to board the cruise ship in San Diego|
|Maroon 5 concert madness|
She loves to go to concerts with us and is always down for a good time. We've gone to see Coldplay, The Killers, The Eagles, Maroon 5, AFI and Greenday. She loves to spend time with her kids!
|Us goofing off...as always! :)|
|Mom got a fake tattoo for her 50th birthday!|
She’s a complete delight to be around. I prefer to hang out with her than most people. She’s always been a best friend to me, a confidant, and a cheerleader. Not only did she continually fix my broken body from all the soccer injuries but she has continually fixed my broken heart as well.
|Being "Pirate Wenches" in L.A.|
|Riding Splash Mountain even though it's about to rain!|
She’s also the most fun person to be around. My parents made a point to take us every couple years to Disneyland ever since, well, before I was born. Those Disneyland trips are some of my most prized memories because it was all about having fun with each other. And my mom made sure we grew up loving roller coasters, she’d take us on all of them. She was always the one with her arms up, screaming at the top of her lungs and would take us on them over and over again. She’s a wild one, my mom. In the best possible way.
|Cabo San Lucas, Mexico|
|Atop the Space Needle, Seattle, Washington|