It wasn't a perfect routine, but there was a semblance of a routine in our lives that looked something like this:
6pm - mommy returns home from work
7pm - bathtime for Radar
7:30 - 8pm - bedtime for Radar
6:30am-ish - uppy time for Radar
8:30am - mommy heads off to work
Then came two weeks of what we'll call "routinus disruptus" (aka vacation), where Radar was dragged out of bed at 4:30am to travel on airplanes, cars and junky old trucks, waking up in a different place most mornings. Then yesterday I get home and expect Radar to slip right back into his routine so that I could hit the sack at 8pm... It is now 9:40pm and I'm exhausted from a nearly 2 hour battle with an impossible to please or console infant nearing toddler boy. He has finally collapsed, but I'll have to keep this pretty short since I'm burned out.
I guess the best way then to tell a little more of the story of our trip is to do it with more pictures and fewer words. So here goes.
She knitted this gorgeous sweater for Radar.
It's the most beautiful thing he owns.
He seems pleased with it.
My Pennsylvania soul sister.
She opened her home and arms to us after two long days of driving.
She is undoubtedly Radar's new crush!
A rule breaker (87.75 points and counting).
With my magic camera I was able to capture the devil behind the eyes!
What do you do when the subjects are great, but the backgroud is ugly?
We loved seeing all of you and can't wait to see you again... remember that our home is always open to any and all of you. Thanks for making our two week vacation a super memorable one once again!
Lots of love,
Titi and Radar