|Playing "Peek-a-you" in the car.|
Our trip took about 8.5 hours because we hit some pretty terrible traffic. Sweet Pea took it like a champ until the last hour or so, I whined like a 5-year-old, and the hubby had to pee really badly. It was rough. But once we made it all was well again. Sweet Pea took to K like my husband takes to southern sweet tea.
|"Hand? Hand?" She always has to hold hands when she's in her stroller.|
|Looooved the teenager with the guitar! She should have gotten her own|
quarters for her adorable dance moves.
Our trip home the next day was, thankfully, pretty uneventful. We stopped in Greenville, SC to walk around and get some lunch. Their downtown is gorgeous and has the neatest park. We even got gluten-free pizza for lunch!
I was nervous about this trip. I thought it would be too stressful and expensive, and we went back and forth over whether we could handle it. I finally talked myself into it by realizing that in the long run, the memories were going to be worth it. You know what? I was TOTALLY right. It could not have been a smoother, more fun trip. We got to see people we love and spend lots of time making special memories. You only live once. So take your baby on road trips!
Thank you Grandpa and Grandma and friends for the stellar vacation! :)