If we ever make it 2021, I think I’m going to switch it up and stop spelling out the year on these posts. January Twenty Twenty-One is awfully long. And I’ve yet to accept seeing Twenty twice, even 10 months
Maive is one! Last kiddo, we are officially finished with babies! On to toddlerhood. Lucky us, haha. Maive’s birthday on October 30 ends birthday season, right before we kick off holiday season with Halloween. Maive is quite the kiddo. We
Baby is five! Vaile, actually. But she exclusively goes by Baby. Even though she’s no longer a baby or the baby of the family. When we brought her home from the hospital, the older three called her Baby. It stuck.
September is usually my favorite month. Except 2020. I went on and on about why September was awful. Four paragraphs worth. But then I deleted it all. No sense focusing on the negative. Instead, it’s early October—already a waaay better
Yurt year four. Every September—August once—we hit up the Yurt Village at Kayak Point. It’s an annual trip we go on with our old neighbors and friends, and it’s always a really fun time. Last year I missed out. I
It’s Tuesday. Kiddo hiking day. Except we’re not hiking. Turns out having only one totally free day each week makes it really tough to squeeze in all other things we like to do, in addition to hiking. Duh. I should
Talk about a cluster of a hike. It’s entertaining now, looking back. And we knew in the moment we’d be happy we hiked, and how everything that went wrong would make for fun memories. But man, we were not feeling
Saigers is six. Big kid territory. According to her. It’s exhausting having two kiddo birthdays eight days apart. And this isn’t even a party year, pandemic and all. I shouldn’t be complaining. I’m not really, all went well. But I
Double digits. We now have a 10-year-old. Blaise was super stoked to be turning 10. I think he went to bed excited every night for about two weeks before his birthday. I mean, it’s pretty exciting. I remember turning 10.
Another year, another trip to Cannon Beach. We were supposed to go in June but pandemic. It probably would have worked out fine if we had gone. Instead we followed the rules and didn’t travel as requested by King County.