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Cabo, day 4

It's hard to believe we're half way done with our trip. Today was great. We went to the most popular bay in Cabo this morning for snorkeling. We were the first ones there then all the snorkeling tour boats arrived. It was absolutely beautiful and the water was perfect. The boys went off to snorkel first while MIL and I floated in the waves. It was heavenly. I was on the look out for fish and praise the Lord I only saw a couple... Chris came back and floated with me and thankfully he waited until I was out of the water to tell me about all the creatures he saw under there. Soo glad that I didn't stick my head under water and see all the creepy creatures! We came back to the resort for lunch then went and laid by the pool. All of us got a ton of sun today. Wow! I'm starting to blend in with the locals. My motto is tan fat is better than white fat so I'll take it! We had a super relaxing evening in the condo....made a yummy mexican dinner and played couples skip-bo, Chris and I are the champions so far! We took another walk on the beach tonight and saw a sweet lab puppy, made me miss our puppies! I woke up this morning and couldn't believe how my belly has changed. We'll get a picture at the end of the week. I literally popped overnight. Kate has been kicking up a storm all day, everyday! We love it! I just got out of my bubble bath and Chris is out on the balcony with the family smoking his cigar and playing cribbage. Until tomorrow....the Lord's blessings to you...
Santa Maria Bay

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