Air Canada was impressive. First they had us sign documents agreeing to stay on the premises until after the plane took off. We all wanted to stay together as long as possible before sending them through customs, so we had lunch at the airport. When it came time to send them through customs, an Air Canada employee escorted the girls through, accompanied them as they shopped for food for the flight, and made sure they boarded the airplane and were handed off to an airline attendant who was appointed exclusively to them for the entirety of the flight. Once the plane landed, they were to be escorted through customs, baggage claim and not left unattended. They were only to hand off responsibility to either Sara or Tommy.
We took this picture as they walked through the door into customs, I called out their names and they looked back. I was quickly told that we are not allowed to take pictures. Fortunately, they didn't confiscate our camera or delete the picture already taken. :)
We are also looking forward to the other 5 grandchildren and our niece getting their turns to come to Mexico for a visit. For some it will likely be many years. The awesome children in our lives range from 15 to 4 years old. We will just have to wait until they are old enough to fly home alone (or their parents want to come with them)
We just now got the update that the plane has landed in Toronto and the girls are already texting up a storm. lol. I'm guessing they missed that particular pass time while they were here.