We spent Spring Break in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico with Wayne, Treva, Kip and Lindsay. It felt absolutely wonderful to step off that airplane into 80 degree weather when we had left out house earlier that morning with frost on our windshield.
|A must in Mexico. Although her face doesn't show it, I didn't have to beg her to do this. : )|
|Breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the sand! Something I could definitely get used to!|
|Reason #3 why we tried to stay away from the pool. This girl only wanted to climb up and down the ramp (which was angled a little too much for her to walk up and down without falling. every. time.)|
On our last full day there, we took a bus to Sayulita, a quaint little surfing town about 30 min away. Little did we know that it was some sort of holiday, and the usually quiet beach was absolutely packed. We found a spot to sit, eat lunch, and watch the surfers. It was such a great little town, even as busy as it was. We know several people that have honeymooned there and now we know why. Definitely somewhere we'd like to go back to!
|First city bus ride (and in a different country too!)|
|Poor Claire would fall asleep on anyone and everyone...this time Kip was the victim. She was such a trooper.|
|One of my favorite pictures of my oldest girl. We did some shopping in Sayulita to find a silver cross necklace (like Aunt Lindsay's) and found this dress too. I couldn't resist!|
|My social son talking it up with a surfer at the bus stop. I can only imagine the questions he was asking...|
|Chocolate covered bananas. SO GOOD.|
Since we left Easter morning, we had a little egg hunt for the kids at the hotel...while hunting for eggs, we also spotted an iguana!
First class on the way back! Plenty of room for Norah to make herself at home. : )
We had such a wonderful time and made a ton of memories...it was hard to come back to reality! And we know the grandparents probably came back exhausted. They chased our kids around and around and obliged every "Grandpa lets go boogie board again!" and "Grandma, can you take me potty?" Brandon and I are so thankful for our families and the way they love on our kids and us!