We had a house full of kids and it was awesome. I absolutely love watching our kids develop friendships with our friends' kids.
After Saturday morning breakfast we all headed to the beach for some sand crab catching and sand castle making. Okay, so Liz and I didn't do either- we sat on the beach and watched the guys man the troops. Lounging with her and accepting slobbery, sandy Gino kisses kept me busy.
We had originally planned to attend Old Spanish Days in Santa Barbara but margarita imposed hangovers and traffic proved those plans to be a bust. Instead we bought a sprinkler ball and some pollo asada and whipped up a fiesta of our own.
Liz and I had made cascarones and the kids were so excited to crack them on each other's head for good luck and prosperity.
Sunday mornings and goodbyes came much too soon. After some of John's pancakes, everyone headed home.
Thanks for coming to our casa, Hefleys!
Until next time...