My parents were able to come visit us in October. My mom came for almost two weeks and my dad for a week. It was so great to have visitors. I think they're loving that where we live just so happens to be tropical vacation destination! We had a lot of fun!
Picking Grandma up from the airport. Afton ran right past security before I could stop her. Luckily they didn't care!
And of course 2 minutes before leaving our house to go get grandma, Afton was running down our tile hall and fell into the corner of the wall. She had a little black eye the next day.
El Yunque Rainforest
We hiked down to one of the waterfalls. It was a beautiful hike and pretty easy. On our way out it poured on us... we fully understood what it means by "rainforest".
Build a Bear
Afton has a little obsession with stuffed animals. She loves them and I'm not a fan. I think me not liking stuffed animals stems from my sisters collection that she had in a canopy over my bed that I had to store all of high school while she was in college. They just sat there collecting dust and spiders. Not a fan, unless you can wash them. Anyway, Afton loves them and Grandma took her to Build a Bear to make her very own. She picked a dog, and yes it's washable!
Afton woke up and had this waiting for her. She watched cartoons on it that morning.
We took her to the park to play.
Then went swimming.
And finished with dinner, friends, opening presents, picking up grandpa from the airport, and cake for Afton.
With all her new toys and books!
I know the cake was pretty pathetic. She loves candy so I just decided to put candy all over it. Cake decorating is not going to be one of my hobbies these next four years. It's so hot and humid that the frosting melts right off immediately! I had to keep putting it in the fridge.
I got ready to help Afton with her 2 candles, but she actually was able to blow them out all by herself.
How old are you? "one, two." We realized we didn't get a family picture so right before bed we took one together.
Birthday squeezes with Dada.
Old San Juan
We went into Old San Juan the next day and explored. Everyone loved it, though it was pretty hot!
The oldest catholic church in PR. I think it was built in the 1500's. That may be way off, but we'll just pretend it's not.
A little boys pet Iguana. He was so good and didn't even flinch when Afton and everyone pet him.
The fountains, finally cooling down.
El Morro fort
And the child of big foot.
The American, Puerto Rican, and Spanish Military flags.
Homes in Old San Juan.
Feeding the pigeons gone bad. It freaked Afton out when a ton of birds started attacking her... I don't blame her.
And afton saying, "A momma." I guess she has human anatomy down.
Feeding the fish
Finally something Logan can come with us to. It was a busy week while my parents were here so he really didn't get to come to much. After the beach we picked him up from school got dinner then we went home and I think he went back to studying again. Poor guy!
We dropped Afton off at the babysitters (Thanks Heather!) and went on a zipline together. No Logan again, but hopefully next time!
Views from the lighthouse.
Our driver Logan. Yes, he finally was able to come, though he probably shouldn't of! Just tired of being left out, and tired of studying!
Saying goodbye to grandma. He flight left before Afton was getting up the next morning. Poor girl.