Disney on Ice and More House HuntingPosted: May 10, 2013
Yesterday was not a typical Thursday for us. I ran in the morning and quickly showered changed and got both of you ready because we were heading out for more house hunting. Our fabulous realtor has a few great options for us weekly so we try and go to open houses on Thursdays if they are open or have a lock box. This frees up our weekends and we get to do other fun stuff. House hunting with two kids in tow is no joke. Getting there, taking you both out and walking around making sure you don’t tough things is a lot of work, not to mention having to tote around a heavy infant seat as well. I think I am getting in a good workout though. Luckily, most of the time Daddy can take a short break from work to meet us. Keeping my fingers crossed that we finally get a house soon! We headed home and since we were out and in the car for much of the afternoon, you both napped in the car. While I am grateful for any nap, this is not ideal. Chace needs a good 1-2 hour nap in a bed. Otherwise, he can be quite a bear for the rest of the evening. Therefore, I rarely leave the house after lunch because I value naps so highly.
Unfortunately, the afternoon was not a good one. Chace was moody, grumpy and almost nasty. Let’s just say there was a very big tantrum in the driveway as soon as we arrived home. Not fun! I had to keep you both busy and get dinner ready because the next adventure was about to start. Aunty had purchased tickets to Disney on Ice and we were all going. Luckily, as soon as they pulled up, Chace’s mood quickly turned around. We all piled into the car and headed out.
Chace was too busy to look at me for a picture! He loved the entire show while Harper observed for the first half, then fell asleep in my arms. It was such a good, entertaining show and while it was a crazy day, this made it all worthwhile. Oh and the fact that both of you slept the second you laid down and that’s a win in my book! I was exhausted as well, but enjoyed the peace and quiet for an hour before I passed out as well.