SPRING BREAK IN TEXAS {PART 2- HOUSTON & GALVESTON}

Happy Wednesday y'all! The week is halfway over and I'm counting down the days until the weekend gets here. This first week back after Spring Break has been a struggle. Today I'm recapping Part 2 of  my Spring Break trip to Texas. You can find Part 1 here.
After leaving Waco on Monday, we headed to Houston to stay with my cousin for the rest of our time in Texas. We spent Monday evening getting settled in at their house, catching up, watching TV, and eating Pizza for dinner.

On Tuesday the girls headed out for lunch and shopping while the guys spent the day fishing. We had lunch at the Aquarium in downtown Houston and then spent some time shopping before heading back to my cousin's house. That evening we went to watch my younger cousins play softball and baseball and stopped for Mexican on the way home. Tuesday was busy and so much fun.


Wednesday we spent the day in Galveston. We definitely picked the wrong day to go to the beach. It was in the low 70s(it was  in the 90s the day before) and it was crazy windy so it felt way colder, which resulted in sand being blown everywhere. We were all wrapped up in our blankets, trying to make the most our pretty view, but ended up leaving after about 45 minutes because it was kinda miserable.
Although we didn't have the "beach day" we had planned, we made some memories that we will never forget during our short time at the beach.
Love my momma and brother. :)



After leaving the beach we headed to a local seafood restaurant for lunch. The boiled shrimp was delicious.

After lunch we headed downtown for shopping. We stopped by a candy shop and everything looked so good. I had a little self control and as bad as I wanted to, I didn't buy any candy. I did end up buying a coffee because it was so cold out.

I was trying to soak up every second of our last day out in Texas, and Keaton was ready for a nap after spending a day shopping with the girls.

After shopping, we headed back to Houston to get ready for our crawfish dinner.
My mom, brother, and I had never tried crawfish and it's a favorite for my Houston family so they insisted we have a crawfish night on our final night. I was a little skeptical about it, but it was so good and we had so much fun standing around talking and eating our crawfish. 

When you're asked to "pose" with your crawfish.... ;)

We spent the rest of our night hanging out on the back patio. We seriously laughed the entire night. We got up super early on Thursday morning to head home. This trip was SO much fun and I'll forever be thankful for this time with my family.

I hope y'all have the best day!
XOXO

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  1. I hear crawfish boils are a big thing here recently! I don't think I'm brave enough to try it! Kudos to you for doing it!

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    1. I was a little nervous about trying it! It actually wasn't as bad though. ;)

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