Here are the things we did this fall that I don't want to forget! Starting with Labor Day weekend. We rented a big ole cabin with 5 other families for three nights and had a blast! It was right on a river near Leavenworth, WA. This was the trip that we found out that 17.5 month old Nash was too long for his Pack-N-Play, and he basically didn't sleep the entire trip. Since then we have been officially homebound until we move him into a normal bed, which honestly we are not ready to do. So it means no more trips for a while, but that's ok. Thankfully my parents in Denver have a crib, so we'll be covered when we go there for Christmas.
|This was a walk we took at 6:00 am because Nash had been up since 5am. :)|
About a week after that, we found out about baby number two! And the same day, we went to the zoo! Nash was indifferent. Afterwards, we met up with my brother and his wife to tell them our news. It's our baby tradition. We tell them like 2 hours after we take the test. :)
The next weekend (we had a busy September), I jetted off to San Clemente, CA, for my annual girl's weekend with friends from college. Miraculously my morning sickness had not kicked in yet. (At the time, I thought maybe I wouldn't really be sick this pregnancy. HAHAHAHAHA!) Anyway, it was a great long weekend filled with lots of food, whale watching, sitting on the beach, and laughing. A lot.
When I got back from California, I babysat my niece Olive. Nash took that literally.
And the next day all hell broke loose and morning sickness hit with a vengeance! I'm super glad it waited until after my trip though.
October had a few ok moments, but mostly involved me laying in bed trying not to be sick. We did make it to the pumpkin patch with Mike's brother's family, which was really fun! For some reason I can't find any of those pictures!
Then Nash trick-or-treated for the first time! Night time is my super sick time, so I was spent after the first three houses, but it started raining right then, so we just called it a night. Sorry, Nash.
|He was a cowboy. Obviously.|
November was more of me laying around. Exciting stuff. Thanksgiving was spent with a bunch of good friends, and it actually was so nice not to host this year. I magically was able to eat that day, too. Thanks, Thanksgiving.
And that pretty much gets us to today. December has been all sickness all the time, but hopefully it will all be out of our systems by Christmas so we can be healthy and enjoy it. We have like 5 Christmases to celebrate, so we need to get our game faces on. I can't wait!