Saturday, January 19, 2008

Back from Our Holiday!

Off to Mexico (Cabo San Lucas) we went last Friday and before we knew it, it was time to pack up those suitcases and say good-bye to the warm sun. James lavished in all the attention he got from the staff and tourists. Not one day went by without James being picked up and his hair ruffled by a staff member! Upon arriving at the airport two young custom officer ladies each took turns holding him. By the end of the week Parker decided to join in the fun and was letting people wow over him too.

Michael and I took turns swimming in the NOT heated swimming pool with James. We tried getting Parker into the water but he did not want anything to do with it. He was content checking all the action from his stroller, that we purchased while we were there at Wal-Mart! Yes, 5 minutes from where we were staying there stood a brand new Wal-Mart!

Our plane rides went well but they really should make those washrooms a tad bigger: trying to change a diaper in there is quite tricky even if there is a change table! James almost jumped out of his skin when he flushed the toilet! We are happy to be back home, though the snow can disappear anytime!


Chris said...

Hi Parker and James!
That's funny about the airplane bathrooms! I jumped too when I flushed and I couldn't find the paper towels. It was hard to keep the water on to rinse my hands.
Who is holding Parker?
Are you tanned?
Your ice cream cone is tiny. What is your favorite flavor? Mine is chocolate chip.
What are you boys planning for your birthdays?
Come and see us soon.
Love, Isabelle.

Chris said...

It's been too long since I checked out your blog, October was the last one I saw!

I can't believe how much the boys have grown. Are they ever sweet! Mexico looks like a blast! I love the picture of James underwater, that is so cool!

Those bathrooms are tiny and the flushing of the toilet scared the living daylights out of me too!

Christmas looks like a blast too! Wow, 5 Epp babies in 2007!

Glad you are all doing very well.