Jason and I made our way from Chicago O'hare to the very tip of the Baja Peninsula - twelve hours of travel, two planes and a car ride later - we joined K&S, Ryan and Mason and K's parents at the Pueblo Bonita Sunset Resort in Cabo San Lucas Mexico. Our days were filled with lounging, sipping on margaritas and Mexican beers, great food and lots of baby slobber and the occasional blowout diaper. It was perfect. LOL
The boys are getting so big and have such adorable personalities. They are both pretty relaxed and easy going. Ryan is quick to smile and show off his one tooth (with another not far behind). Mason sometimes needs a little time to warm up but once he's ready to play he's all giggles and goofy grins too. Considering they were completely out of their usual surroundings both boys, in my opinion, did awesome. As we know with babies, one thing that can lead to disaster is if they don't sleep well but, R&M slept in their cozy quarters at night and took the occasional nap in the swing with the warm breeze blowing in through the open patio doors with no problems. The two cuties took a couple of dips in the pool, the water was so warm and relaxing. I missed out on swimming with them but was told Ryan is a little fish and loves sticking his face in the water while Mason liked to float around and chill. It was wonderful getting in almost a full week of snuggles and to share this time with them and as I always say, the best thing about these visits is just watching them as a family and seeing how in love everyone is with these boys.
We made a second trip into Cabo later in the week. We took a stroll down Medano Beach where we happened upon some Spring Break style entertainment (aka wet t-shirt contest). LOL We had an amazing dinner on the beach and then went to a couple other must visit establishments - NoWhere Bar and Squid Roe. Fun night!
Another highlight for me, visiting the spa. A one hour Swedish massage - why yes that would be great! Besides all that we of course enjoyed time hanging by the pools and soaking up the war
m sunshine. I was in heaven as I'm a sun and sand kinda girl.
I think we were all anxious to get home but knew we'd miss the weather as we headed back to Chicago since Spring has barely sprung despite it being almost May. We all headed to the airport together where we said our goodbyes and jumped on separate flights home. The great thing about my relationship with my surrofam is that I know it won't be goodbye for long. I feel so incredibly lucky that they continue to be a part of our lives and I get to watch these two boys grow. Love you all and thank you for an amazing week!!!
I've added some more pics of the boys to the PHOTO ALBUM (contact me for password) and there are others posted on Facebook as well.