Our trip to Grand Cayman

Thursday, January 18, 2018

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We are back from our week spent at Grand Cayman and it was perfect. My entire family went so it was chaos in the best way. It was low key and relaxing... well, as relaxing as a vacation with 3 kids can possibly be ;) Vivi is a total beach bum like her mama! She was caught multiple times shoveling handfuls of sand in her mouth at lightening speed. I swear she would live in the ocean or pool if you let her. She is fearless and loves dunking her face underwater, crazy girl.

Grand Cayman is a very small island, approximately 20 miles from one end to the other. If you are looking for a wild and crazy night life, this is not the place for you. It is a quiet island with the most beautiful, crystal clear water you've ever seen and soft, white sand. There are usually no waves which makes it perfect for kids to swim. Of all the beaches I have been to, Grand Cayman is the prettiest!


We have been to Grand Cayman multiple times and we always stay at the same place. This time since we had so many people we rented 2 condos right beside each other. They were on the ground floor, about 15 steps from the beach. SO convenient for the kids and easy to check on them during nap time.


We took full advantage of Vivi's nap times. We would put her to bed in the condo then lock the doors and check on her every 20ish minutes. You could find my butt parked in a beach chair with drink in one hand and book in the other.


I had so many questions about my bathing suit. You can find it here for only $24!

Vivi's straw hat | bathing suit Old Navy but sold out

We got a babysitter one night and went out to dinner which was so much fun. There was live music and lots of pineapple martinis. I had lobster bisque and a penne pasta with fresh seafood and both were sooo delicious. The other 5 nights we cooked dinner at the condos and stayed in. Like I said, it was a super laid back trip!


Picture overload! A week with all my favorite people spent eating, drinking, swimming, and relaxing with the most beautiful backdrop ever. Check back next week for recommendations on where to stay, where to eat and things to do when visiting Grand Cayman!


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9 comments :

  1. what a fun trip! You definitely missed out on the freezing cold temps back home. Vivi is such a doll baby and looked like she had so much fun!!

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  2. The Caymans are beautiful and it looks like y'all had the best time! You look amazing girl!

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  3. Where did you stay and what airport did you fly out of? I live in southern Virginia. Locals fly out of Greensboro, Raleigh, and Charlotte.

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  4. This trip seriously looked so amazing!! I'm so happy you got to enjoy this time with your family and it looked like Vivi is just a natural beach baby!!!

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  5. That seriously looked like the best trip ever!!

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  6. I seriously loved following along on instastories because this trip looked SO RELAXING... especially after all the work you put in over the holidays!!! I'm super jealous of your adventures (and that beach) but so glad that you had an awesome trip!

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  7. This vacay looked like so much fun- can't get over Vivi's little straw hat, so cute!! We are heading to Jamaica in March and I cannot wait to be somewhere tropical.. counting down the days!

    xo, Kristina

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