And the beach? We probably spent a total of 1 hour (over all 4 days) at the actual beach. But, that's just how it goes when you have two 15 month olds. You find little joys in things other than sitting in the sand sipping an ice cold dr. pepper. Mmm...sounds nice.
Like for instance, going out to eat and watching their faces when they taste a coconut milk shake. Or laughing at how cute they look in pirate hats:
And you're telling me milk shakes have been around this whole time?
That was a coooooold milk shake
He did this face with his lips the whole trip. It was so cute!
Ya I could get used to that!
I don't know what he was doing here, but he has a crazy face and 1 little tooth.
Getting them to sleep at night was the hardest part about the trip. They are quite fond of their cribs, which is something that we worked hard to make possible. But for this trip, it backfired. It took them hours to fall asleep the first night. They slept in a room below us, and one morning we heard them joyfully talking on the monitor at 6:30am, we went in and found this:
Rolls for ankles. Love it.
Fun times at the beach house:
Still a little wobbly when she walks
Oh that belly!
Curly Haired Cutie
Trying to break through the barricade we made for the stairs.