Vince Moments On Our Road Rest stops
I felt thankful to God for our successful road trip this month. My husband and I spent time (since January) to sketch our plans on what we are going to do for our trip. We thought of not taking our kids as we know that it will be very inconvenient and makes the plan a little complicated. We also thought of taking plane tickets to Manhattan and back home to make the trip short and fast. But those plans were not best if we decided to visit my Aunt’s house in Lancaster which is just on our way. Planning a road trip or vacation is not easy indeed. You need to schedule your itinerary and keep track of the things you wanted to do. It doesn’t have to be that, what you scheduled in your itinerary is what you all have to do. You have to think about your limitations and how much energy you can spend to a particular place. I planned 5 vacation days on our trip but we ended up going home after 9 days. The good thing is that my husband took 14 days off from work for this particular vacation, so there is still allowance of days for him to recuperate his energy back to work. I know that he will be much more tired than I am as he is the one driving most of the times during our trip. He also confessed the other day that he is still tired from the trip. The poor thing needs more cookie treats. Kidding aside. We just kept on encouraging each other that we did a great job on this trip and that this will serve as our inspiration in rolling back to our daily works at home. I am happy to say that our little family survived the 10 hours drive to Manhattan and stayed 2 days at our friend’s house, 5 hours drive to Lancaster and stayed 5 days at my Aunt’s house, and 5 hours drive back home. So far, this is the longest road trip we have as a family. And I am also happy that neither of my kids nor me and my husband didn’t get sick during and after our trip. Summer is indeed a good advantage to the immune system when traveling to places with equal weather temperatures. Anyhow, here’s the happy little guy in our family, Vince. What’s good news about him is that he can finally walk by himself (no support) when we visited my Aunt’s house. My 2 other toddler cousins plus George, I think, made him inspired to walk by himself after spending lots of play time with them. Hurray for Vince!
Our dear Vince learned how to walk without support now – he is one year and one month old in this pictures.
Happy Monday to all!
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