We had a great time showing them the sights and the people of our 2nd home. I'm not sure anyone slept all that great considering our apartment is really small and Sammy still wakes up at night . . . but thankfully they have 2 cute little girls so they know what it's like. :)
Jesse was the official baby man as he carried Sammy in the Baby Bjorn all over the place.
Renae shows Scott and Julie the Plaza Mayor.
And Jesse shows Julie how to enjoy churros!
I stand corrected. Renae shows Julie how to eat churros.
Back at home Renae is her usual goofy self.
Julie and I were busy in the kitchen and I was so glad she was there to help. My first hand at hosting Thanksgiving dinner was last year when my Mom was here to help. My second time, I had my sister in law. How lucky can I get?
Jesse stole the "man" apron so Julie had to settle for Renae's . . .
My American friend Tep, and my Spanish friend Bea is holding Sammy the sudo-Spaniard.
As you can see Jose LOVED the food! I was so happy he did.
Bea . . . best Spanish friend and faithful blog reader.
Friday we headed to Segovia, our favorite little Spanish town. Before we left, I jokingly said, "Good thing the weather isn't like last year when we took Mom and Dad. It was cold and wet last year!" I spoke too soon . . . it turned out to be a cold and rainy day. Oh well.
The Masson family waiting while Scott and Julie climbed the tallest tower, in the darkest castle . . .