I'm headed to Vegas this weekend for two nights with 4-year-old DD, and one of my best friends who I haven't seen in nearly a year is flying there from Atlanta with her 4-year-old DD. We're staying at a resort off the strip - we just picked Vegas for accessibility. Otherwise I am still traveling for work for another few weeks - yesterday was a super fun 14-hour-day involving two missed flights since my meetings ran long.
Post by teachermomtobe on Mar 29, 2017 15:32:56 GMT -5
28w from last weekend. Tomorrow will be 29!
We are taking a "babymoon" in Boston in like 2 weeks. We live 30ish mins from there so not really traveling but we're staying overnight and watching a Sox game from the Green Monster. I will go to CT for my shower in early May but that's it!
Post by trebletrouble13 on Mar 30, 2017 11:58:52 GMT -5
STM, 29 weeks + 2 days
GTKY: no travel plans before baby, other than normal monthly trips to see my inlaws. After baby, we are planning to go to OK to see my cousin, as she is getting married at the end of May and I shouldn't go then. It should be an adventure to visit OK in August with a two year old and a two month old!
Post by lotsoflotts on Mar 30, 2017 20:02:50 GMT -5
GTKY: no travel plans at the moment, although we've talked about trying to take a weekend trip without our toddler. In reality though, we've been using any and all toddler-free time to work on the guest bathroom renovation, which needs to be done before baby arrives but stuff keeps going wrong and off schedule and it's making me really nervous.
Everyone looks great!! I took a pic yesterday but I'm really bad at computers and such, so I'll try to get it posted soon. I used to know how to do it.
GTKY: No travel plans before baby. We have 2 weddings coming up, each are a 10+ hour drive, and we are declining both. Sitting that long in the car with both kids sounds like the worst. We may take a trip to see DH's family (2.5 hour drive only), but I'd rather not. We'll see.
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