I can't wait!
I am loving the south and all these beautiful houses.
We saw some really pretty plantations yesterday.
We just got back from my cousins house in Georgia. It's an adorable home on a lake. Let's just say our mortgage was about 7x as much! I about died when she told me what they pay!
California is so high!!!!!
I love California,but geesh!
I thought I'd share a few pictures of our new cozy little home on wheels....
p.s. the kids have discovered a new sport called "road surfing"
It's where they stand up and try to balance as we drive down the highway. Safe, I know!
Just as I said, "
you guys y'all better stop before someone gets hurt."
Faith screams, "Mommy Landen's bleeding everywhere!"
Austin is crying!
Sure enough blood everywhere! Landen split his head pretty good on the corner of the drawer.
It was about this time last year he split his head open. I watched the doctor glue his head shut last time so I figured I would just glue it shut myself.
After rinsing all the blood off, and getting a little light headed myself...we decided after looking at the size of the wound we should take him to the ER.
Sure enough he needed staples.
We stopped at a hospital in a small town in South Carolina. Where the nurses thought Landen was the cutest thing ever. One nurse said he looked like a little Heath Ledger. Landen enjoyed all the attention and even flexed for the nurse as she took his blood pressure. They weren't busy at all and we got in and out of the hospital in less than an hour! Staples, a lesson and all. The doctor was really nice and explained to the kids the history of staples and how it came from Ancient Egyptians. They would use live beetles and place them at the edges of the wound, which then they would clamp shut with their pincers. Then they would rip off the beetles bodies, leaving the jaws in place.
Now, I just need to find a place to get the staples removed in 7-10 days.....somewhere....down the road.........
See, everywhere we go is a learning experience!