Although I didn't really feel particularly stressed or overworked at home, the minute we got in the car last night and started our 6 hr drive to CT, I could feel the stress leaving my body. The drive was not bad at all and we arrived around 1am, got A tucked into her crib and hit the sheets for a few hours of rest. Around 6am A started to stir, so I sleepily rolled over, picked my head up to look out the window and was greeted by this...the most amazing wake up view I have had since last summer.
|Yes, I am the youngest of three but somehow managed to get the best room in the house!|
After breakfast and some unpacking, we buckled A into her CT stroller (yes, I actually leave one up here since we have too much to bring up with the kid, dog, and all everyone's stuff) and went for a loop around "The Point". That is what it is called here, since we are on a peninsula. A loved being back, smelling the salty air, and listening to the seagulls. After a walk and a necessary trip to the grocery store, we put A down for a nap, my husband pretended to do work for a little bit, and I got to lay in the sun with the first girl that joined our family for some quality snuggle time!
|What a big girl A looks like in her new crocks!|
|The South side of "The Point"|
|My giant snuggle bug|
|Who took up almost all of the lounge chair|
I can't wait till A gets up and we can bike down to the beach for some fun in the sand, or just lazily play in the yard with the water table!
|How much better would this picture look with a mommy and daddy sitting on the wall with a cocktail|
PS: HAPPY CANADA DAY!