We made it to Colorado with the two kids in tow!
We got up to my parents house last night after a pretty uneventful morning of travel.
We got acquainted with the wildlife (actually said hello to some deer out the back window, too).
Played with a new remote control Jeep that Topher brought home.
And had dinner with my sister, brother-in-law, and niece.
Ryan left to fly to Florida for work on Sunday morning, so he missed out on the festivities which included lunch with the Catlin/Fields/Larson/Maiman bunch.
A little time playing outside.
And, a visit from the rest of the Larsons on their way home from Costa Rica!
Baby girl also learned about Elk poop.
And, how to fall down gracefully in a tu-tu.
I also feel like I have been eating non-stop since we got here. Might have to go for a run tomorrow morning to work some of it off!
home is…time for bed after a busy couple of days!
A lot has been going on the last two weeks. We found out we are having a baby girl, my 97 year old grandmother passed away, we became a two car family and coordinated the transport of a car from Oregon to Colorado, we moved the little guy to his “big boy” room, we had new carpet put in the house, and today we had to say goodbye to our beautiful little kitty, Murphy.
It seems that every time I sit down to write something that the right words don’t come out. I guess that’s why I don’t write for Hallmark. I want to be deep and meaningful, but I am at a loss. The ups and downs of life come at us all the time, but the last couple of weeks they have come with lightning speed. Some of the events were planned or “expected”. Others, like the loss of our sweet Murphy, came on suddenly and have been quite a shock to the system.
The good news is that we have a healthy baby girl on the way, the little guy is sleeping well in his new room, and we have beautiful new carpet. The hard stuff is dealing with the loss of Grandma and, right now, Murphy. And, while dealing with all of these emotions, my house is not put back together and that will have to wait until the weekend after Ryan returns from Seattle.
I am on a roller-coaster of emotion due to my fluctuating pregnancy hormones as it is, and I am feeling a bit lost in transition.