So this is what happens when I actually get up to exercise in the mornings. I always love it when I do, but with a new baby I've had a hard time convincing myself to do it. But look what happens. I've downloaded my pictures off my camera, I've finished setting up our blog site and I've posted 3 blogs!! Bailey just woke up as happy and as cute as can be so I thought I'd put a few more pictures of her in case you haven't all seen them. Hope you enjoy them. She has just been a doll. She's been sleeping through the night for a little more than a month. It's heaven. So I really don't have an excuse not to get up at 4:45 to begin my workout at 5:00 am. But hey when it comes to sleep I always have an excuse!!:) Have a great day
Monday, June 23, 2008
Mt Rushmore is incredible and anyone who hasn't gotten the chance to go should definately put it on their list of places to see. Anyway now that I've got pictures up on the site I feel like it's a real blog. I'll send the link to everyone and please give me your comments and such. I'll try to update it often. The kids, grow so fast I'll put pictures on often. Especially Bailey, she's changed so much already. Hope all is well and happy blogging
Okay so we just got back from a great vacation. I'd never been to Mt Rushmore or the Black Hills. We loved it. It was so beautiful. The lake you can see in the pictures is Sylvan Lake. This is where they filmed some of National Treasure 2. As you can see it's gorgeous. The rocks were so fun to climb on. It was a little difficult with a baby on my back but still so much fun. Parker didn't want to come down off the rocks. Bailey took it all in stride. 3 months old and now she's a seasoned traveler and hiker. We had a great time with family also. We visited Mt Rushmore and went to Wind Cave, which is the fourth longest cave in the world. It was neat to hike inside the cave. We saw some buffalo (Parker thought that was cool)and really just enjoyed being outdoors. We'd love to go back. There are a lot of hiking trails we'd love to explore. Also some serious rock climbing could be fun (without the kids of course). We highly recommend everyone go.