We spent last week on sunny, warm, beautiful Oahu & it was absolutely perfect. We went with my mom & stayed at Disney's Aulani hotel & I'm pretty sure I have never seen Cedar happier than he was while we were there. We spent every day chasing that boy around the different pools, playing shark, going on the "crazy river" as Cedar called it, & playing on the kids water jungle gym. If we weren't there then we were at the beach teaching him how to boogie board, building sand castles & all that good stuff. Our little Milo boy was also happy as could be as long as he was in the water, that baby of ours is such a water lover, I have a feeling he's going to be a little fish once he can learn how to swim. Anytime he's in the water or bathtub he goes wild kicking & giggling, it's the cutest. 

The hotel has characters going around throughout the day & a character breakfast that Cedar had so much fun at. HE loved seeing the characters throughout the day & was always waving & trying to show them whatever toy he had with him, it was so cute. He was so excited about the character breakfast, we saw Mickey, Minnie & Goofy but he kept asking where Donald was, ha. At the breakfast they had different activities & songs for the kids to participate in & that sort of thing usually isn't Cedar's jam, but he totally loved it this time around & it was so fun & cute to watch.

One day we went over to the north shore to check out Waimea Falls & meet up with some good friends from growing up who moved over there a while ago. Unfortunately for us it had been pouring rain the day before & the Falls were too strong to swim in the water & it was a bit brown from all of the rain, but the walk up there was absolutely beautiful. They have opened up a couple restaurants over there that are super good, so we had to go over & grab some food & spend the day catching up.

It was the most perfect & relaxing week, I didn't touch a computer once the entire trip & was in bed ASLEEP everyday by 9:30 p.m. haha, we are such parents but, it was totally perfect. I think I could definitely get used to that island lifestyle. 

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