Eric flew back to Seattle Tuesday night, and we left Wednesday morning. The flight was GREAT. We had three seats between two aisles - each had two seats (four total across). There was a lady in our aisle, and they asked her to move so I could use the fourth seat. I was able to bring both carseats on and the girls slept the entire flight, so I only had to entertain Bree. Everyone was spectacular helping me with all of my stuff on and off the plane -I barely carried anything myself!
We did so much in Utah. Visited lots of friends, ran with Stephanie a lot, ate out (totally forgot to go to waffle luv!!!), and got to see FOUR brand new babies! Congrats to Chelsea, Becca, Jodi and Brooke!
My swaddled burritos :)
We visited Erika one night and Delilah was OBSESSED with this bat.
Colette found the mitt and loved it.
We stayed with Stephanie until Eric got there Saturday, then we moved to Sally's house. When we got to Sally's, Bree saw a pic of Addi and kept pointing and saying "Addi! Addi!" Every time we went ANYWHERE, she would say, "addi?" I don't know how many times I explained that Addi was in a different state. She also missed her GG very much, and kept asking to "call GG." :)
Monday, we went to eh Aquarium with Sally, Stephanie and the twins she nannies - Jonah and Lucas. It was a lot of fun to see the animals.
They had a rope bridge that Bree wouldn't get off of after she had done it once with me. It took forever to pull her away.
We saw a lot of pretty animals like this macaw.
And some weird looking fish like this one that looks like a rock.
They had whale and turtle statues to climb on, and Bree didn't miss doing that over and over.
Bree loved holding the boy's hands. So adorable.
Tuesday, we went to get our stuff from Julie's house and move it elsewhere because they are moving to Vegas. Bree loved playing in the snow while we were in Utah, and would announce "sneeze" every time she saw it. She thinks snow is called sneeze because she has a book called "Sneezy the snowman" courtesy of Noelle and family.
Eric found this trailer that said Wolfpack on it - which reminds him of his own wolfpack (a few of his friends call themselves that).
We flew home Tuesday, and again had a wonderful flight. They blocked the whole aisle for us to sit across both rows, so again we could bring the carseats on. It was wonderful. I love Alaska Airlines.