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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Breaking the Barriers of a Black Hole

This is the time of year that I used to always dread. Mainly because, as a collage student, it seemed like everyone and their dog left to do fun things for the summer and I was always stuck in Cedar City - the black hole of my life. But not this year PEOPLE! Miles and I have broke free and have moved to SEATTLE!!! Although we will be returning to Cedar for Miles to finish school we are SOOO excited for this little adventure our family has embarked on! Our ubber cute apartment is 2 min to the lake, 6 minutes from Miles' work, 30 min to his parents, 30 min from downtown, 30 min to the coast, and a stones throw away from WinCo and Cold Stone! Yipee! Paradise I tell you!

We have been here for 1 week and we have already toured the city, explored IKEA and Frys, had a picnic at Quest Field (Seahawks Stadium, Miles lives and breaths anything Seahawk), been to the Premium Outlets, spent the day downtown, and visited family. There is SO much to do here, I hope we can fit it all in this summer! There are a couple of things that I HAVE to do before I return:

Lots of hikes at Mt. Rainier,

visit the coast,

fairy ride to the islands,

eat at the Space Needle,

visit Levenworth,

visit old friends,

and maybe even fit in a trip to Forks...(just kidding, I don't really care about silly vampire stories).

As far as the beeb...we are doing well. Winn and I are getting used to our new life. Being a stay at home mom is not exactly what I thought it was going to be like...well, I don't know what I thought it was going to be, but I like it. I feel like I'm always learning new things and I never really get the hang of anything. But that's ok, because he really is a perfect baby! He hardly cries and only makes a peep when he's hungry or tired. I love being his mommy and spending every moment with him. I have become fluent in "cooing," have a constant smell of milk that continually lingers, forgot the feeling of being well-rested and I'm pretty sure I'll never lose this baby weight. Having said that I still feel like I have no idea what I'm doing but I'm glad to have my Miles to roll with the punches with. I feel like as long as I'm with him, we can conquer it all...and we will! Our life may not have it all together but together we have it all. (cheezy, I know, but true it is). Peace Out!

1 comment:

  1. He is such a doll! I hope you love your new adventures in Seattle and as a mother!