Monday, July 28, 2014

Georgia Trip: Part 2

 After a few days with my family we headed south to visit Nathans family and some close friends. It was nap time towards the end of our drive and George, of course, fell asleep in the last 10 minutes. Traveling is hard on kiddies. 


The weather was a little cooler the begin of our week but warmed up once we were in south GA. It was great though because George pretty much played in the water the last 3 days. New Hampshire has been WAY too cool this summer and I'm very disappointed that we haven't been able to run in the sprinkler and play in the pool except for a few times. 





We had dinner with our good friends the Madsons & Carrolls on Tuesday evening. It was a great time catching up. 
This picture is blurry but I had to post it. It's too cute. 


Love and miss these ladies...us trying to get ourselves together for a picture :)


Water park time!!! George had a blast!




 He even made a little friend.





Mamaw and the blue-eyed grandbabies



George learned how to use the sprayer on the hose and how to spray people with it. 



Attacking the cousins with water.



The one and only picture of the cousins together. 



We had a crazy trip back on Friday. Our flight out of Savannah was canceled so we drove to SC and flew on this tiny airplane (below) to Charlotte. Our flight from Charlotte to Boston was delayed and then we missed the bus to NH by 3 minutes. The kids did amazingly well considering what we put them through. We arrived home 6 hours later than planned but we got here safely. 

We had such a fun time and George is already asking to go back.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

GA Trip: Part 1

Here are a lot of pictures from the first half of our trip to GA. As usual, flew into Atlanta and spent a few days with my family before heading further south to see Nathans family.
The annual Leonhard 4th of July party was held on Saturday night and it was tons of fun just like always. This is the first year George has really been able to know who everyone is and know where he was.
He played very, very hard and, unlike all our previous trips, slept well. Nothing screams vacation more than worn out children that sleep well.