Happy New Year {Marco Island Style}

31 Dec

The Lewis Family would like to wish everyone a happy, healthy and safe new year! We are celebrating in Marco Island and rang in the new year at Sal E Pepe, Italy style, at 6pm est. we had a lovely day, starting with breakfast at the red rooster, some good naps, pool time, and a lovely dinner out! Here are some pictures from today!


hanging out on the balcony


Ready for the pool


family shot


so big!


takes every opportunity to climb stairs



obligatory balcony shot










2 Responses to “Happy New Year {Marco Island Style}”

  1. Carla January 1, 2012 at 2:29 pm #

    Your pics are absolutely adorable! Looks like you are enjoying a very relaxing sunny time! Best wishes to your family for a Happy, Healthy New Year!

  2. Sarah January 11, 2012 at 12:04 pm #

    Wonderful pictures! What a cutie-patootie you have on your hands! I wanted to answer your question about cruising with a wee one. “G” was 18 months when we went and, for the most part, it was a lot of fun. But, if you like to keep Ethan on somewhat of a schedule as I do with G, then you just have to be prepared to cruise like someone with a toddler. What I mean is, most everyone else who accompanied us was an adult, so they could come and go as they pleased. We, however, had to be a bit more thoughtful and careful with our plans. For instance, if we got of the boat, were we prepared for G’s meals and other needs and were we planning well enough for him to grab a nap at some point?? And at night we had to eat early — much early than a “going out” crowd would eat — and then be prepared to have him in bed at a decent hour. I had to stay in the canin with him many of the nights, but my sweet mother-in-law took the shift a few times for me, too. All that said, some parents (and their babies) are better at tossing all that to the wind for a few days. G does better on a schedule, so that’s how we try to travel. It sounds like you all travel plenty enough (and have a fabulous, helpful family) to have a nice system in place.

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