Well, we made it to Ireland and back in one piece, and now a week later we are headed to NYC. Yes, we are crazy.
Everything went better than we could have hoped for; August slept really well during the day which let Paul and I see the sights, and he slept a lot in the car, which was great as we were able to get in several long car trips.
However, August thought the airplane ride, both going and coming, was just too fascinating to miss and he was mostly awake during the flights (2 hrs. to LAX, 10 hours direct from LAX to Dublin).
At the airport:
Aer Lingus' idea of an in-flight bassinet is a cardboard box with pillows on the bottom of it. I am not exaggerating. So Paul and I wondered: what if you spend $4000 on a business class seat? Do you still get a cardboard box?
K. and E.'s wedding was beautiful and romantic, and August held out from 1:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. (the wedding didn't really wrap up until 3 a.m. but there was no way any of us could have gone that long).
At the Guinness factory:
Stone circle ruins on Sheep's Head Peninsula:
Mizen Head, furthest SW point in Ireland:
Tuesday, October 30, 2007
Friday, October 12, 2007
Hard to believe August is almost 9 weeks old already!
We are all leaving for Ireland this coming week for 12 days and will have loads of photos to post when we get back.
He is growing really fast and already weighs 13 lbs., much to our surprise (then again, he is consistently hungry so there you have it).
Check back soon for more photos and a report back from our first big trip with him!