3,000 - roughly the amount of miles traveled to experience some quality Krisher time :)
We've done it again! And once again, it was fun! And once again, my heart broke a little more while driving on County Road B, driving away from my childhood home, back towards Montana.
But let me tell you what..my heart once again lept with PURE JOY when we turned onto Hwy 93 S...meaning only 25 miles to go till we get HOME!
Phew....what fun our Christmas time was this year...but oh what fun it was NOT to drive all that way with first a carsick toddler, then another 'real' sick toddler, and a constantly hungry 3 month old.
My heartstill smiles, though, thinking of the fun we had and the family and friends we saw!
(A very cuddly babe, and Auntie Sarah)
(Grandma reading to most of the g-kids)
(Grandpa and the boys discussing what looks necessary in this weeks Fleet Farm ad)
(Typical boys - delighted and curious in Great Grandpas dumptruck)
(Vroom vroom! It's maybe a good thing there wasn't enough snow for this beast to make it out of the garage!)
(Great Grandma now reading. I am realizing that most of my pictures are of someone reading to the kids. They were glad to have enough people around to read to them, whenever they wanted :D)
(Oh, and another reader... Uncle Ted)
These next pictures are poor quality from my phone and out of order:
(Just call Naomi the "baby whisperer". She can put him to sleeep anywhere, anytime! It worked especially well when I was trying to do some shoe shopping with a fussy baby :D)
(While we were spending a few days in Minneapolis, we got up to see Katie, Brendon, Kenzie and new baby sister Macie)
(We went to the aquarium with Justin, Susie, Addie & Miles. Such a cool place! We saw sharks, jellyfish, "Nemo" fish, turtles....awesome sea creatures!)
Litte Remington was admited to the Childrens Hospital in Neenah for observation. He eats so much, but is so little, everyone is wanting to know WHY! Aside from first initial numbers that looked scarry but were later dismissed...everythning looks good. He's spot on for his social development, and within the past few weeks, has been amazingly catching up on his motor skills. Meanwhile, he's living up to his name of "Peanut" :) And, the happiest 9 month old I've seen!! He will continue to see a growth and development specialist down in Little Rock where Lindsay & Kelvin are currently staying for his work.
Now, we're doing laundry, catching up on mail, re-filling the fridge.
Well actually, now getting ready to go to Kalispell for the weekend, and a special evening out for our 5th anniversary.
Time to make some Mater mac 'n' cheese......