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Not All Birds Fly South: RVing in Lake Tahoe

Two and a half years ago if you would have asked me where I wanted to spend winter, I would have quickly said Florida, Southern California, or Arizona. Then I…

Two and a half years ago if you would have asked me where I wanted to spend winter, I would have quickly said Florida, Southern California, or Arizona. Then I spent a winter up in the in the mountains of Colorado and fell in love. Fell in love with snowboarding, the beauty of snowcapped mountains, the coziness of the RV, and, mostly, watching the boys passion and joy for snowboarding take off.

We spent last year in Florida waiting for Thing 3 to arrive. This year we were anxious to get back to mountains and prepared for a three part “Not All Birds Fly South” winter adventure.

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Lake Tahoe, the second deepest lake in the United States, was the first stop of three.

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Being the exciting adventures we are, we kicked off the New Year with a family game about American history and a bottle sparkling cider. The questions were so hard and the facts so obscure that we could only answer a few of them. I think we’ll stick with Uno. It’s easier and takes up less space.

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The boys were excited to explore the different ski resorts using our Epic Passes. They were also excited to be old enough to be dropped off at the mountain after school. This is what I’d call a fun way to get in PE!

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Brent’s brother, Garret, and his girlfriend, Kelly, came up for a few days. The boys and Brent went riding with them one day and Garret asked Kelly to marry him on top of the mountain. Classic “Go big or go home” Garret style.

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We had high hopes for lots of snow but no such luck. Aside from the night we drove in (of course!), the temperatures were unseasonably warm and not a single storm passed through during our two week stay.

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With the warm weather winter hiking was extra fun. One evening, Brent and I hiked a bit on the Tahoe Rim Trail with Thing 3.

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We enjoyed a family hike on Eagle Falls trail. The older boys complained at first, as is customary, but once we were on the trail they went up ahead of us and seemingly forgot we were watching them. It was pure joy seeing them talk and laugh together. These are the moments I wish I could tattoo on my heart.

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This guy’s smile has been melting my heart since 2000.

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We spent and afternoon in Truckee meeting up and having pizza with an old college friend of mine.

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After walking downtown Truckee, we headed over Donner Memorial State Park to learn about the Donner Party tragedy because, admit it, learning about people resorting to cannibalism to survive is fascinating.

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It was a good two weeks and as much as we enjoy the snow, I have to admit I’d kinda like to see Tahoe in the summer and maybe we could swim in instead of walk on the lake!

Lake Tahoe at a Glance:

Where We Stayed:

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  • Tahoe Valley Campground–  The park was quiet (maybe because it’s off season), clean, and a great location within walking distance from stores and restaurants. It was about a 15 minutes drive to Heavenly Ski Resort.

The Highlights:

  • Snowboarding at Heavenly Ski Resort
  • Hiking Eagle Falls Trail in Emerald Bay State Park
  • Donner Memorial State Park
  • Downtown Truckee
  • Driving around the lake for the gorgeous views.

Where We Ate:

  • Best Pies Pizzaria in Truckee – We had the Best Pies Signature Pie and Pizzadilla. Both were really really good! The Pizzadilla is folded up like a quesadilla.
  • Blue Dog Pizza in South Lake Tahoe – I guess we like pizza. Not particularly memorable but certainly good.

Love and Laughter,
Jenn

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A Week of Big – Thing 3 Week 33

Hey look at me! I’m getting so big! I can even ride in shopping carts now that I have a new cart cover. Maybe mommy will lay off the hand…

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Hey look at me! I’m getting so big!

I can even ride in shopping carts now that I have a new cart cover.

Maybe mommy will lay off the hand sanitizer. Doubtful!

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This week, I met my Great Noni on our way up to Lake Tahoe.PicMonkey Collage Thing 3 Great Noni CA

She’s really nice!

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The visit was extra special because I really showed off and crawled for the first time!

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A few days later my parents put me in a new fuzzy suit.Thing 3 RV 2 Lake Tahoe CA2

And I experienced the cold for the first time.

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The kind of cold where your parents have to dress up in said  fluffy hazmat  suit.

I’m not sure how I felt about it.

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It was so cold that the shore of Lake Tahoe was frozen solid.Brent Thing 3 Instagram IG Lake Tahoe CA

I’m glad daddy is strong and steady.

And that mommy doesn’t mind laying down on the ice like a weirdo to take our picture.

Love and Laughter,
Jenn

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Christmas Before July – (Thing 3 Week 32)

My mommy is posting Christmas photos before July. It’s a miracle. It was my first Christmas. My big brother helped me open most of my presents. I got a piano,…

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My mommy is posting Christmas photos before July.
It’s a miracle.
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It was my first Christmas.
My big brother helped me open most of my presents.

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I got a piano, cars, a wooden zebra from my brother, and something called a rotary phone.
I’ve never seen anything like it.

BUT…
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…my FAVORITE things were the boxes and paper.
All that paper!!!!!
I could have chewed on it all day.

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I wasn’t the only one who got presents. Daddy got coffee, pralines, and a Kindle.
(Daddy gets a little crazy for coffee.)

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My brothers kept opening cards with pieces of paper in them.
They guarded their paper like they do their computers.
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My big brother did get this cool Evil Inflatable Unicorn Horn for Cats.
I’m not sure Meow Cow liked it all that much though.

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He didn’t like his Santa Clause hat either but Nico didn’t really mind her antlers.
I wouldn’t have minded them either. They looked like they would be great to chew on.

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So apparently Christmas is AWESOME.
I can’t wait for the boxes and paper next year.

Love and Laughter,
Jenn

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Our RV Solar Power Setup and Giveaway

What’s not to love about solar power? Harvesting the power of the sun to provide electricity to run your RV appliances and electronics, without waste or pollution? Yes please! When we upgraded…

What’s not to love about solar power? Harvesting the power of the sun to provide electricity to run your RV appliances and electronics, without waste or pollution? Yes please!

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RV Solar Power by Solarland USA

When we upgraded our RV one of the features we were most excited about was the residential refrigerator.  While current models have gotten quite efficient, a full-size refrigerator will suck your RV battery dry pretty quickly. This may not be much of an issue when you are moving from park to park where electrical hookups are available to run your refrigerator and charge your batteries, but when we decided to set out on an epic road trip from Key West, FL to Anchorage, AK we realized we may not have that luxury at many points along the way. We got in touch with the good people at Solarland USA to see about trying out their Sun Wanderer RV solar kit and they were happy to oblige. They are an international company who have up until recently focused on the wholesale distribution of their products. Fortunately for us they are ramping up their retail marketing and they agreed to send us four 150W high efficiency panels, a portable 90W solar kit, two Blue Sky Solar Boost 3000i charge controllers, an IPN Pro Remote (which lets us monitor the current charge coming in, battery level as well as current being used), cables, and a cool solar lantern.

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RV Solar Installation – DIY

On our way to Alaska, we stopped in Indiana to visit family where I set to work installing them with the help of my super handy brother-in-law Jeff. The panels are high quality and light-weight. We had the trailer wired pretty quickly, running the two sets of cables through the (unused) washing machine vent, down through a chase, into the underbelly storage area, and finally into the utility bay where we built a panel to mount the charge controllers next to the batteries. Wiring the charge controllers to the batteries was a little tricky as our battery bank is still a work-in-progress. We have two gell cell 12W batteries and two Trojan T-105 flooded acid 6V batteries. Since we had two charge controllers we were able to run the battery banks independently with the inverter running off the Trojans and our 12V house system running off the gel cells. Since this initial configuration, I have taken to running both charge controllers to the Trojans since out 12V demand is very low (most of our 12v lights are LED and the refrigerator runs off the inverter). The 90W portable solar charger has a built-in charge controller which allows us to Connect it directly to our gell cell batteries to keep them charged. With this setup, weather permitting. we can operate all our electrical systems, residential refrigerator, charge our laptops and mobile devices as well as our oldest son’s keyboard.

Solar panels in the Wild: Denali National Park, Alaska

Solar panels in the Wild: Denali National Park, Alaska

The panels and charge controllers have held up great since our journey to Alaska. We are now looking forward to optimizing the system further so we can enjoy more ‘wild camping’ throughout the western United States. Future upgrades to the system will be to replace the two gell cell batteries with two more Trojan T-105’s so that we can run it as a single bank. Replace our 1000w inverter with a 3000w “whole house” model. Add 400w more PV panels to better accommodate my large screen iMac.

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RV Solar Power – Homer Alaska

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This contest runs from Wednesday 11/05/2014 to Wednesday 11/12/2014 at 11:59 pm EST (Eastern Standard Time). The winner will be announced on 11/13/2014 via private email, and shared with our friends on Newschool Nomads’ Facebook page.

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The Adventures of Thing 3 – Week 13

My big big brother plays piano. Sometimes he plays for me when I’m upset and it helps me to calm down. After Minnesota we headed to the International Peace Gardens…

My big big brother plays piano.

Sometimes he plays for me when I’m upset and it helps me to calm down.

After Minnesota we headed to the International Peace Gardens in North Dakota so he could go to the International Music Camp.

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He squeezed my foot to say goodbye.

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 While he was at camp I hung out with mommy.

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And daddy.

(This is from my first time in Canada.)

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And my big brother.

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My big brother carried me in the baby carrier for the first time.

He had been asking to wear me in the carrier for weeks but mommy kept wanting to make sure my head was stable and we were in a safe place to walk.

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You know, like in a cactus garden!

Love and Laughter,
Jenn

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Always Time for Thing 3 – Week 12

So mommy got very busy while we were traveling to Alaska and writing for Go RVing. She didn’t have much extra time to write this blog but she’s going to…

So mommy got very busy while we were traveling to Alaska and writing for Go RVing. She didn’t have much extra time to write this blog but she’s going to do her best to catch up now that we are back in the “slow lane”.

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Mommy and daddy may have been busy planning, working, and writing but they were never to busy to take naps with me on the couch.

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Sometimes daddy even holds me for a little bit while he works. I’m so lucky to have my daddy around all the time.

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After Madison, we went to Minneapolis so I could meet my Uncle Jordan and my cousin.

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Then we headed north to spend some time with our good friends the O’Dells. My family met them before I was born when they were camping in Savannah, Georgia a few years ago. They’ve been good friends since. They even stayed with my family in the RV in Breckenridge, Colorado!

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I visited the headwaters of the Mississippi River.

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There were rest stops and cuddles.

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We stopped in Grand Forks where I heard my first fireworks.

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Boy those are loud. I’m glad I was in my “kangaroo pouch” on mommy!

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It’s been 12 week since I was born and I’ve already made it to the Geographical Center of North America in Rugby, North Dakota. After this stop I don’t know how anything else will impress me. 😉

Love and Laughter,
Jenn

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Christmas in July with Thing 3 – Week 11

Soooo my mom forgot to share some photos from Indiana last week and they’re great. Real great.   See? Every baby wants to be squeezed into a scratchy old family…

Soooo my mom forgot to share some photos from Indiana last week and they’re great.

Real great.

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See?

Every baby wants to be squeezed into a scratchy old family Christmas suit in the middle of summer, right?

Riiiiight.

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Okay fine, I’ll rock this suit like it’s 1977.

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How’s my impression of an elf?

Oh I look mad?

Well maybe Santa should issue suits that fit.

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Elf or fish?

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Nice hat, huh.

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As if squeezing me into a Christmas suit in the middle of summer wasn’t “cute” enough my mom gave me this to suck on.

Awesome.

I’m 11 months going on 55 bald and in need of a shave.

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Okay enough with the dress up.

We started traveling again! Yippeee!

I’m at a rest stop here.

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I went to the Madison farmers market.

It was hot and crowded so we found a quiet place in the shade where I could people watch.

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This is outside of the Madison Zoo.

I love it when my brother holds me.

Love and Laughter,
Jenn

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The People I Meet – Thing 3 – Week 10

This week started off with a Father’s Day celebration in Indiana at my Weewah’s house. Unlike for Mother’s Day we actually took pictures. Mama says that’s what happens when she…

This week started off with a Father’s Day celebration in Indiana at my Weewah’s house. Unlike for Mother’s Day we actually took pictures. Mama says that’s what happens when she takes most of the photos.

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I was also initiated into the Father’s Day shirt tradition. Every each I have to make a shirt for my dad. My brothers had their own Father’s Day onsies when they were little too. Someday mama is going to begged Weewah to make a t-shirt quilt out of them. This year Thing 1 picked a mustache theme for everyone. I was glad I didn’t have to think about what I would put on mine.

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Kisses from my big brother.

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They thought it would be cute to make it look like I was balancing on my brother’s shoulders.

You know how I I feel about “being cute”.

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I also got to meet lots of people for the first time.

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This is my “TT” who I was named after. His name isn’t “TT” (and neither is mine), it’s a nickname mama gave him years ago. It stands for “Twinkle Toes”.

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Mama spent lots of time with TT and GG  in high school and college. During one of their visits together she started calling him “Twinkle Toes” because she thought his slippers were cute.

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He is pretty cute. Almost as cute as me.

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This is GG. She is married to TT. GG stands for “great grandma”. Mama is lucky she still has all her grandparents and I get to meet them!

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I met my great grandma Junebug. She has a lot of names too (Judy, Anna, Sugar Plum) but Junebug is our favorite.

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I met my Aunt Christine. She is so sweet.

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We celebrated my twin cousins birthday. I didn’t get any cake. No fair!

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My Papaw Webb wasn’t feeling well on Father’s Day so I went to his house to meet him. He loves babies and was so happy to meet me.

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Here is another of me and Junebug.

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When it’s time to go it’s time to go.

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A photo of me with my big big brother. I didn’t pee on him this time!

Mama also took pictures of me wearing the outfit my brothers wore when they came home for the hospital.  I didn’t get to wear it to “come home” in since I was born at home!

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Mama took so many pictures that I got bored and fell asleep. That didn’t stop mama she took at least 30 more. Geez!

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We went to the Indiana Medical Museum where I slept while my brothers looked at brains!

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We also visited the Indianapolis 500 Motor Speedway and I sat in a car.Thing 1 and 3 Indy 500 Track IN

I also sat on my big brother’s lap as we rode around the track.

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“Hi mama!”

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Next we are going to Wisconsin and Minnesota! My mama writes about in on the Go RVing blog.

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Much too soon it was time to say goodbye to my family in Indiana and we hit the road again!

Love and Laughter,
Jenn

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Thing 3 on “Being Cute” – Week 9

Wow, I’m over two months old! Time flies when you are having fun. See how much fun I’m having with my big brother. Oh what’s that? You wanted me to…

Thing 3 Collage Week 9Wow, I’m over two months old!

Time flies when you are having fun.

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See how much fun I’m having with my big brother.
Oh what’s that?
You wanted me to look at that big black thing you always have in my face?

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Fine, I’ll look.

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But just for a minute because that blank sky is much more interesting than you.

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What do you think of these spit bubbles?
Of course, you think they are cute.
You think anything I do is cute!

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How cute is this!
I brought my hands near my cheeks.

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And this!
I’m lifting my head even though it’s weighs almost as much as the rest of my body.

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You thought you were being cute when you sat me in the driver’s seat, didn’t you?
Well, I didn’t.

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You think I’m so cute you stare at me even when I’m sleeping.
Wait until 3 a.m.!

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You thought it was cute when I met my uncle for the first time.

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Apparently, my mom and aunt thought it would be cute to do a selfie with me.
How about these cheeks?
Are these cute enough for you?

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And this?
Well…this is pretty cute I must admit.

Love and Laughter,
Jenn

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Smiling at Stone Mountain – Thing 3 – Week 8

My mommy is behind on my posts. I guess between taking care of me and my big brothers she doesn’t have a lot of free time. We’ve been traveling a…

My mommy is behind on my posts. I guess between taking care of me and my big brothers she doesn’t have a lot of free time.

We’ve been traveling a lot lately.

Mommy Thing 3 Week 8

I’ve started to like my baby carrier. Mommy has been looking for a new one because this one isn’t super comfortable. Boy, you should see how much time she spends “researching”. No wonder she’s behind on my posts. I can’t even imagine what goes into research when she buys a car.

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Sometimes I take naps next to my mommy when she writes. It’s easier to fall asleep when I can look at her.

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We took family selfie at Stone Mountain Georgia.

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Another selfie!

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I smile a lot but I can also be very serious.

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Everybody took turns holding me at my first campfire at Stone Mountain.

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I’m dreaming about the places I’ll go when I get out of this thing!

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Kisses from daddy at an ice cream shop in Chattanooga, TN.

Love and Laughter,
Jenn

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