A sunshine welcome

 

The trip was, as expected, long.  Especially the big wait between planes at LA airport.

The trip was, as expected, long. Especially the big wait between planes at LA airport.

But after 24 hours of travel we are at Abuela and Iggy's house.  It took me no time to find a ballerine costume (just my size!) and for Rafa to find food.

But after 24 hours of travel we are at Abuela and Iggy’s house. It took me no time to find a ballerina costume (it’s just my size!) and for Rafa to find food and an aeroplane toy.

And we spent the afternoon outdoors on the patio.

We spent the afternoon outdoors on the patio.

Without our jackets and shoes!

Without our jackets and shoes!

 

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8 Responses to “A sunshine welcome”

  1. Bree at meandmy2guys Says:

    YOU look HOT Ana!! And Raffy is basking in the sunshine! Im so excited that you are so close!

  2. Dad Says:

    I miss you so much guys!

  3. babyluv Says:

    Oh ana you look absolutely beautiful in that dress, are you sure Abuela didn’t buy it just for you though? And rafa you look dashing as always baby. Aww papi, don’t worry they’ll be home soon. 😉

    • Ana Says:

      I think it may have been more than just coincidence that the ballet dress was in my room. I think the fairies had something to do with it, apparently there are a lot of them around here.

  4. Iggy Says:

    It’s great to have you all here – all of you apart from Papi that is! We are looking forward to “The Great Bear Hunt” and “Looking For Fairies”. We will have to be quiet and look carefully. I have never seen a bear or a fairy – but I think I might have heard them. So today might be the day when it all happens! Bears won’t frighten me cos I will ask Ana to turn me into a rock if the bear gets close! She can do that magic, you know.

  5. Abuela Says:

    Ana – you are so right. I, too, got a surprise when I saw the fairy outfit in your room. I have no idea how they snuck in with it. I think it must be something to do with the song that your great-grandma June used to sing to me:” The fairies come in the night time, when everything else is still. They slide down a ladder of moonbeam onto my window sill.” Perhaps they slipped in when I had stardust on my eyelids.

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