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|

Road Trip

When Zachary woke up this morning I told him that we (along with Jude and my mom) were going to drive to Mobile to go to a craft fair. He was SO excited, he jumped up, ran out of the room yelling “MY GOING ON A ROADTRIP! WITH JUDE! MY NEED TO FIND MY BACKPACK!” Y’all he is obsessed with his best friend Jude 🥰 so a day of fun with him was so exciting! Z was so good today! He’s not really ever the easy kid in the room, so a day of easy means a lot and I need to brag on him.

2020-03-07T11:46:16-06:00March 7th, 2020|Gee, Jude, Zachary|

365: It’s been a great week Willie Nelson.

We were able to gift my mom a week long cabin stay through our Thousand Trails membership.  We were able to park our RV right behind her cabin, it’s been a great week spending so much time with her.  Tons of games played, long walks and help with the kids (so rare for us)!  We all laughed when she landed in a cabin named Willie Nelson.  She didn’t know that we named our truck Willie and our RV Nelson when we bought both 2 years ago!

2020-01-07T12:00:21-06:00January 5th, 2020|365 Projects, 366 - 2020, Gee, Jonah, Jude, Taryn, Zachary|

stradtner family camping trip | personal

Catching up on a bit of 2016 blogging so please bare with me.  This was actually 2 camping trips ago.  We had a great time, but it was a tough trip for me.  I had a serious foot injury, which meant limited mobility, no hiking, no exploring, no going down to the water to play with the kids (and no water photos this time around with the exception of the ones we took at Garner State Park).  But the trip was still so worth it through the pain.  Camping is our big reset button as a family.  No electronics, reconnecting, outside in nature.  Maggie and her obsession with thinking she’s a people and sitting in people chairs still makes me laugh.  The fireflies.  Oh the glorious fireflies.  They were so magical.  I’ve never seen so many in my life.  Jude called them “God’s glitter” and I can’t think of a better description.  It was very strange to not have Ty with us on this trip.  Camping is his thing and we missed him so much.  We’ve been hitting the Frio and these cabins for the last couple of years but our next trip was to Oklahoma.  I’ll be back to blog that soon as well….camping_1camping_2camping_3

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2017-02-02T20:04:25-06:00February 3rd, 2017|Camping Adventures, Gee, Jonah, Jude, Maggie, My Family, Our dog, Pepper, Taryn|
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