I can't believe my little boys are one! Grandma and Grandpa Doug were here, along with Grammy and Grandpa Al. The party was small, the gifts were (very) plentiful, and the cakes I put so much thought into were mostly ignored by the birthday boys!
Alex eating some cake after some coaxing
This face pretty much sums up Aaron's interest in birthday cake
He decided on some watermelon instead.
A picture of Alex's slightly demolished cake
Overall definitely a success. :)
Cake disinterest aside it was a great day and the boys had a fun time with their Grandparents...and with their presents too of course!
The next day, though, we left the boys in the able hands of Grandma and Grandpa Doug and Alex and I flew off to Maui for a week of fun in the sun.
We paddleboarded, snorkled, and jumped around in the waves on the beautiful Wailea beach.
Alex went down every one of the many water slides at the resort about a million times
I basked in the sun
And we both drank lots of fruity drinks out of plastic pineapples.
Despite missing the babies A LOT more than we were expecting, we had a wonderful time relaxing and enjoying time together. This was an incredible first year with the babies for us; challenging, joyful and tearful. But we made it, and we are looking forward to so many more.
But back to the kitchen!! We have some good stuff cooking this week. Fall is here so get ready for soups and more pumpkin than most people can stand!