My high school friends are some of my best friends, and they are so special to me. I met them when I transferred to Plantation High School in 10th grade, and even though some of us went to different colleges or moved away after graduation, we have stayed close friends for the past 18 years. While we have all changed over the years, many aspects of our friendship are still the same, which is what I love the best. No matter how much time passes, we can still laugh at jokes from high school, we understand each others quirks, and most importantly, we support each other. We have been together to celebrate birthdays, graduations, jobs, weddings, children, and other special events in our lives. We have helped each other through hard times too. I know that no matter what the circumstances, we will always be there for each other.
Here is our page from the Plantation High School senior yearbook of 1997.
And here we are 16 years later.
Nathan is great with kids, and they all had fun playing, reading, and watching movies with Uncle Nathan throughout the weekend.
How sweet is this?
We took a break from the aquarium to eat some crab cakes and ice cream, then we went back for round two at the aquarium to see the dolphins. Don't worry, Caleb wasn't in that much pain from Marina's choke hold!
The dolphin show was underwhelming for the adults, but the kids enjoyed it.
Auntie Priscila carried Caleb around the aquarium in the afternoon because he was tired...but no nap...for 2 days!
Marina loves 'baby Caleb'. He was named that when she met him when he was 4 months old, and she named some of her dolls after him:). He is a little boy now, but I think he will always be baby Caleb in her eyes ;).
Auntie Danielle hanging out with the kiddos.
Marina and Mommy
That evening, we had a breakdance competition in the house, and afterwards Nathan babysat Caleb, Ayden, and Marina, so we could go out to dinner. They watched Cars 2,while we got sushi - thank you Nathan! We laughed and laughed, like we always do when we are all together!