Our epic Thanksgiving road trip was challenging, but so much fun! Jimmy and I are thankful for a great many things, particularly our wonderful families. We frequently discuss how blessed we are in the in-laws department, and we are so grateful to those of you who fed, housed, and entertained us! We had so much delicious food, and I piled my plate(s) high because I’m pregnant and it’s the holidays. (On a somewhat related note, HEB makes a tasty cranberry-pistachio bread, half a loaf of which I ate for dinner tonight. Because that’s what baby boy wanted.)
Eliza was such a trooper, though she didn’t sleep too well either night and found the car rides less than pleasant. Since we’ve returned home, she’s slept much better, thank goodness.
And a note about pictures: since Eliza is sensitive to every single visual stimulus in her vicinity, it’s virtually impossible to get her to look at the camera (let alone smile for it). Maybe someday! And I really wanted to get some good pics of her and her precious cousins, but unfortunately those didn’t come out so well. One of the girls was either looking away, crying, or had her face somehow covered. We’ll have to try again another time!
Watching football with Uncle Michael.
She loves her Aunt Susan!
Finally! Someone who’ll let me play with her glasses!
Ready for a nap in the car!