365 Project: Sleepover at Gee’s

When my mom built her beach house years ago, she envisioned sleepovers and little kid giggles drifting through the house. Tonight was the night. Jason painted the interior of our RV today and we are escaping the fumes with a sleepover. Z did not want me up in the loft at all. I finally suggested he climb up and snuggle with Jude. That worked, he cuddled up and went right to sleep. Jude loved every second of it. 🥰 If you’ve followed our instagram stories you know we’ve been having sleep issues. 🤞🏻 tonight goes ok!

2020-03-07T11:51:18-06:00March 7th, 2020|365 Projects, 366 - 2020, Gee, Jonah, Jude, My Family, Zachary|

365 Project: Moochdocking

moochdocking photo of rv in home driveway

We fit!  We took a big chance and guessed that we *might* fit in my mom’s driveway for a free stay.  It was a risk because there are literally no open RV spots available right now in this cute little beach town.  We added a 50 amp hookup to the area near her driveway and she had a few branches on the trees trimmed down.  That was a good move because we wouldn’t have fit otherwise!  So, for the next few weeks we will mooch some electricity and water in her driveway!  It’s such a great setup for us and we are super thankful for her hospitality.

2020-03-03T22:39:19-06:00March 3rd, 2020|365 Projects, 366 - 2020, My Family, RV Life|

365 Project: You’re going to Hollywood!

boys pretend american idol

Before we left Texas we packed up all the boys toys.  We are moving really fast, every 3 days, to get where we need to be before Jason’s first day on the new job.  And we are just tired of picking them up all the time.  Zachary is in a phase where he drags everything out and throws things everywhere.  No toys has been glorious!  For several reasons….first less to clean.  Second, they are spending more time with our bin of books and reading.  Third, we have seen so much more imaginative play happening.  Their newest game is trying out for American Idol.  One of the 3 boys sits on the bed and sings a song (it always includes at least one lyric about poop….because boys) and the other 2 sit on the dresser and decide if they make it through to the next round or not.  Then we hear a resounding “You’re going to Hollywood!”  Complete with a golden ticket lol!  They started out singing in to the toy hammer we forgot to pack away.  Later today I noticed they had used painting tape to attach our wool dryer ball to toy screwdriver to use as a microphone.  I’m pretty sure when we slow down a little I’m just going to unpack the outside toys and leave the inside ones hidden a bit longer.

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