|He sat like this for about five seconds.|
- moved out of our apartment and moved everything into storage
- bummed with my parents for a week while I packed/they packed/I sewed a dress in a day
- picked up Brad at the airport after a 6 week separation
- enjoyed a lovely wedding in St George
- flew 5 hours across the country with a baby, a husband, 4 fifty pound bags, a sewing machine, two carry-ons, and a diaper bag
- moved into a sexy 2 bedroom apartment
- visited Boston
- bought WAY too much stuff to create a semi normal life out here
|New Hampshire is one of my dream places to live: green, overcast often, smells like the country, a short drive to the beach, short drive to Boston, and 4.5 hours from NYC|
|My bedhead. My mom thinks it resembles Edward Scissorhands|
|Our awesome pyramid at Hampton Beach. We had to try about 10 times to get this right... Eventually it was a system and we nailed it... And it's REALLY high up there (in case you were curious).|
|Oh hello Boston|
I'm pretty sure that I'm meant to live in a metropolitan city. I got onto the T (the Boston subway) and was so happy the whole ride to be on public transit that doesn't make me carsick. People watching supreme! Then we walked probably a thousand miles all around the city which went by so fast and was really fun. There are way too many places to discover that I'm stressed that I don't spend enough time researching/finding them and that I don't have enough time to actually experience them.
|the bathtub could also be used as an Olympic sized swimming pool|
- The bathtub! I put Beckham in it and he can play for a half hour.
- We live right by a river which is GORGEOUS.
- Boston is just a hop, skip and a jump away.
- Hampton Beach is an hour drive... a beach?! An hour away from our green kingdom?
- Because we have so many people and friends living so close together (i.e. the same apartment complex) and doing such similar things, it reminds me of college and dorm life and constant partying.
- The rain here is really beautiful.
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