|Thank goodness for stow and go so I had somewhere to put all the food.|
|Not an inch to spare.|
|He's probably right to look concerned.|
|This can't possibly go bad.|
All three children shared a room. Elora and William couldn't have been more exited and I adored seeing them unpack and setup the room the way they wanted. While I’ll admit that I was thrilled to hear the two of them giggling under the covers with their flashlights amid whispered secrets; as time wore on, we ended up separating them until they were both asleep.
|The kid's room. Yes, I move the gigantic "crush a toddler" television.|
|Did I mention that was a whirlpool tub in the middle of the master bedroom?|
|All I could think when I saw this coffee table was how I would end up in some ER explaining how my son got hurt by a sled in April.|
Even though it was very late before we finished unpacking, it was relaxing to finally be there. Our unit was large enough to accommodate our endless supply of stuff. While the children were a bit over excited, they eventually fell asleep. Matt and I tried to loosely plan the week which was an interesting task since we did not have Internet access. We also don't have smart phones like all the cool kids.
|It's amazing what we can do to a nice place in less than 12 hours.|
|We managed to squeeze lunch in on the balcony in between attempts.|
|IV in the head. It looks scary but I think head veins are much less traumatic for him.|
The rest was a breeze and they discharged us as quickly as possible. It was already 5:00 PM. The hour long drive home seemed like an eternity. And obviously, this meant any plans we had for the day were shot.
|Loved the speed limit sign in the garage.|
|The kids enjoyed ring pops at their table.|
|What am I going to do with that boy?|