Wow, we had a date night!!! This is the second one since Carolina was born. I'm not going to lie. It was a little weird not having her with us.
We had to get warmed up to each other again. It was good because if we are already feeling a little isolated from each other, it's obvious that we need to make it a priority to do this more often. I used to laugh when people told us to have date nights.
We went to a restaurant next to a grassy area so we could see the families playing and people walking around. I thought I would be brave and order oysters because I just finished the book Shucked and she made them sound so dreamy. I've only had oysters one other time and they were fresh out of the ocean in Puerto Rico. See the above picture and how it looks so perfect? The next picture would be of me spitting that oyster in my napkin. The mushiness was not cool.
We made the waiter eat one, his first one, and he was a trooper. The real trooper was Gustavo though who finished them off. He's a star like that. No food left behind, as we say.
The most fantastic part of this story is that this date night was brought about by our friends who offered to babysit for us. What a blessing! Tonight they are going on a date and we are watching their little one. It will be good to see what life with two kids is like for awhile.