And so do we.
Wow! What an exciting night! Do we even get that worked up after the super bowl? I mean, on the streets, honking horns, fireworks?? How fun!! did you guys get much sleep that night? ;-)
i haven't got to watch the video yet cause Aiden is snoozin'. I want more pictures of Renae the world traveler! Yay for more time to be at home and get setteled!My pediatrician said no sunscreen until Aiden was six months. On the back of most sunscreens I think it also says it's not recommended for babies younger than six months. Here is one article about it:http://parenting.ivillage.com/baby/bsafety/0,,3q6f,00.html
I love your new photo at the top of your blog! That's a great photo and Renae looks soooo cute! :)
Wow, I didn't think I'd cry at that. But that was amazing. It makes me said that Americans are such pansies when it comes to national unity and celebration. We don't identify ourselves with our national identity anymore. We are all individuals doing our own thing. And it takes a national tragedy to draw us together. But Spain and the rest of the world identify themselves as Spaniards, Turks, Italians, etc. and unify themselves around that. They mourn, celebrate and rejoice together. It's awesome. Really wish America was that way.
What a great time to be in Spain!! I'll bet it was hard to get any sleep that night!
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