taken with my camera phone
Did I mention that the drive to Sacramento last weekend took us 10 hours? Somehow this is the only photo I really have of the drive up. I think I was too busy blowing my nose, sleeping and worrying the Peanut would throw a fit at any given time.
It doesn't normally take 10 hours but with weather, a detour and three 30 minute baby breaks that's what we clocked.
taken in Sacramento
B had to work so he was flying in later to meet us. My parents, the Peanut and I drove with all of our supplies. Packing for kids is crazy.
10 hours and Peanut was a fantastic traveller. About 8 hours in he started to get fussy but who can blame him. My dad just pulled over and we got him out of the car seat for a while.
At the stops we would feed, change and play with him. Once we put him back in the car seat he would play with whoever was sitting next to him. Eventually he would just stare at you, hands wrapped around your fingers and then fall asleep.
On the car ride home
I wish I would have taken a picture of the cab. It was total chaos with pillows and blankets and baby stuff and burp rags and books and a breast pump and a diaper bag and bottles of water...
you get the picture.
Look at those beefy hands.
Anyway, we left with even more stuff then we came with. In addition to the gifts Peanut received at the party (the most
The entire back of my dad's truck was packed along with all floor space in the cab.
Anyone spy B's care package at the bottom?
There you go... there's the close-up. That's in our fridge right now.
Only B has already eaten the ears.
We have a pig's head with no ears in our refrigerator... don't you?
This has nothing to do with the post.
I just didn't want to leave you with a visual of a pig's head creepily wrapped in plastic.
Only I just reminded you of it.
Hey check out the guns on that guy.
And by guns I mean rolls and creases.