Posts Tagged ‘adventures

27
Jun
13

Vacation

We are going on our first family vacation! We still have not heard from EI about D’s results, and we should probably save our savings. But…sometimes you just have to go for it and live life, right?

We’re all very excited for this week away. Slightly less excited about the plane flight with a 16 month old. 

We’re heading to Arizona and the Grand Canyon. I’m sure we’ll have lots of interesting adventures and beautiful pictures to share when we get back.

I am going to try my best not to worry over delays and therapy, and just enjoy my little family and the fact that we made it this far. 

This time last year we were going through 23/7 bracing and worried over his hernia, and I really was not doing well. There were a lot of sleepless nights and tears as I tried to process his prematurity and my body’s failure. I wish I had taken the time to get help, but I am thankful to be feeling so much better this year. 

We leave tomorrow, and get back next Friday, so we’ll be on “internet silence”. Enjoy the summer, ya’ll! 

02
May
13

Spring Adventures

In the three weeks since we’ve had RSV restrictions lifted, we’ve had a sneak peek of the summer adventures ahead.

So glad we could give him the healthy start RSV isolation afforded, but venturing out as a family is pretty awesome. Last night my husband needed to buy a gift for work, and we just picked up and went as a family after dinner. Too fun.

I’m sure the novelty of family outings will fade with time, but I hope we can always remember the joy of getting to venture out together as a trio.

Some of our April Adventures:

At work with Mommy

At work with Mommy

1st Trip to the Zoo

1st Trip to the Zoo

1st swing at the park

1st swing at the park

Discovering "nooks"

Discovering “nooks”

 

I will confess that I used sanitizing wipes on the swing before I’d let Gammy put him in it. Once a preemie mama… 🙂




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