We Made It

We are in FL, James is taking his first hotel nap. Sure beats driving around for two hour stints to get this poor, tired child to sleep.

We are getting the hang of things and hotel living for the next month will be an adventure for sure.

Off to Gymboree so this child can have a little more play space!

We've been having fun with grandparents and looking forward to celebrating Easter this weekend.

Bunny ears at the library

Swinging on a chilly FL day

Playing with trains

Breakfast at the hotel

Out to dinner with daddy

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The Golden Rule

Sticking to the old adage, "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all."

Because I don't have a lot of nice things to say right now, but here's a try.

Enjoying stealing a few moments with friends here before we leave and cuddling with James all night long.

Don't know if it is the time change or new teeth that's had us up since 4 am. I'm secretly thankful he found my iPhone and quietly played with it in bed from 6:30-7:30, while I was in a half awake/sleep haze. Just a few changed settings and calls only to close family members to report so far, I'm sure ill make some more discoveries.

Guess we are going to play now - as nap time isn't happening.

Here's a fun pic from last week.

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Two Weeks from Today

When Josh came to say goodbye before leaving for work this morning, he asked if I realized that the packers will be here two weeks from today.  Yes and no...

We are in the process of buying a beautiful home in FL and selling ours here, all the bumps up and down in these processes have been a little hard on me.  I'm inspired to have a positive attitude focusing on moving forward, and not getting angry and upset with just about every little detail of this relocation.

We are so excited for the next chapter in our lives, but I'm having a hard time closing the one here.  The next few weeks will be spent jamming in as much time with friends as possible, visiting a few museums and saying goodbye to the only place we've lived as a married couple. 

Needless to say I want to get in as much good as possible, and there is a lot of good friends, good food and good times to be had.  I may have been one of the few who enjoyed the late-in-the-year snow storm yesterday, because it will be one of the last I'll experience, that is until we go skiing next spring. 
James liked it, too.

We had a fantastic time seeing the works of the worlds best artists this past weekend, and knocking a few more restaurants off our DC bucket list.  Excited that peak cherry blossom bloom will be the week we leave and am so thrilled to take James to see them in all their splendor.
Michelangelo's David-Apollo at the National Gallery of Art

So we are off to write the final few pages of our life in the nations capitol, I hope the next few weeks are a good finale to whats been the best part of my life thus far.