One of the first things on our agenda was going to Rincon del Mar for some seafood tacos. We are crazy about that place!
David takes such good care of me and is so kind. This weekend reminded me how lucky I am to be spending my life with a man who works hard and who is so good to me. I know that some people don't have a relationship where they feel valued and safe and I feel so grateful to have that.
Some highlights of the weekend included driving around La Jolla and listening to music (one of our favorite things) with the windows open. Sometimes we would talk and sometimes we would just enjoy the silence of being together. We reevaluated our goals and talked about what we want for our future as a family. It was great not having any plans or anywhere to be at a certain time. We just did what we wanted.
We met some friends for dinner on Friday night at Tender Greens. I miss that restaurant so much. Such wonderful, fresh food and it was fun to see our friends some more. I love this picture of David and Lela - two of my favorite people on earth.
And little baby Cora, who is loved so much!
On Saturday we walked on the shores and then went to get pedicures, which we haven't done together since our honeymoon. We went to a place that was on the second floor overlooking the ocean. They had the doors open with the most heavenly breeze and I felt like I was seriously floating.
Then we got a scoop of Haagen Dazs ice cream and held hands while we walked around downtown. David actually likes to shop so we looked at a few things and had fun just browsing (and maybe I bought one or two things for the baby...) He also took a bunch of pictures of me with my baby belly. I am trying really hard to document my pregnancy with this baby (even though I feel swollen and puffy).
It was time to leave on Sunday and we drove to David's parents house to pick up the boys, who had the time of their lives! It was great to see them and they were thrilled to see us too, which felt great. David's family had some confetti eggs and we smashed them on each other's heads on the patio. The boys thought that was the coolest thing ever. I guess it's a Mexican Easter tradition. Fritz really got into it! Ha!
Then they made homemade chocolate ice cream and Fritz enjoyed licking the bowl of melted chocolate. We're grateful that our boys were safe and had fun with David's family so we could spend some quality time together. Our whole family feels refreshed and happy!