Sorry I haven't posted in a while, but honestly nothing all that exciting has happened lately! Although I have heard from my parents that even if it isn't exciting to us, it may be to everyone else, so I'll try to be better about posting more pics and videos of Ethan :) We're currently just trying to get everything all organized for the movers to come next week. Our travel plans for next week have gotten a little complicated, but we were able to work everything out. Looks like Ethan and I will be getting to GB next friday afternoon, and Zach will be there probably the following Monday or Tuesday. He needs to take a trip up to Groton to look at some houses that we are interested in renting. We're very happy that Pam and Chelsea will be coming down to help us out while we're moving. At least we have our trip to Atlanta this weekend as a break from all of the craziness! Our friends from college, RB and Steph live there and we are so excited to go visit them! Mr. Ethan is getting so big! He has started to walk holding our hands, so I'm sure it won't be long until the day when he just lets go and keeps going by himself! He is also starting to eat a lot of table food, and isn't all that interested in baby food anymore. We're really looking forward to Ethan's first Easter and have already bought all sorts of goodies for his Easter basket! I'm also looking forward to being able to celebrate Easter with our family for the first time in a couple of years. Looking forward to seeing everyone in a few weeks!
Here is the link to a video of Ethan walking:
Sunday, March 4, 2012
Zach is almost done with school! If all goes according to plan, he should be pretty much done after Wednesday. After that we will be in full out move mode. Our plan is to leave South Carolina on April 6th and be in Green Bay in time for Easter. We don't know exactly how long we'll get to spend at home, but we're hoping it will be a couple of weeks before we have to head to Connecticut. We had a great visit with my parents last week--we were sad to see them leave! Here are some pictures of their visit.
Boone Hall Plantation
Pineapple fountain in downtown Charleston
Charleston Charlie--the HUGE gator that lives on base