Wednesday, May 22, 2013


This past weekend Max, Claire, Nanny and I went to the beach.  We got there Friday afternoon and had planned on staying until Tuesday night.... that was until my children were acting like they never had before and the weather was cloudy and rainy.
Saturday was a nice day and we had about two hours of sun on Sunday.

They really enjoyed playing in the sand and collecting shells.
I wish they enjoyed sleeping as much as they enjoyed playing in the sand.  They didn't sleep past 5:30 while we were there.  There was a morning where my Mom came and got Claire and took her into her room and went back to sleep.  It was extra hard bc my aunt and uncle were there and I was trying my best to keep them quiet and not wake them up.
They no longer sleep in pack and plays when we travel.  The past two weekends they have slept on an air mattress.  It's not as easy as the pnp bc they play, get up and move around and just overall take longer to fall asleep.
We are going on a girls/kids beach trip in a couple of weeks...hoping it's a much more successful trip!


  1. I'm sorry to hear the trip didn't go exactly as planned. I don't know when it gets easier for kids to travel, I know Chloe is not great when we go places. They sure look cute in the beach pictures though!

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