Mommo helped her play it out until 9:30am, where Mia then quickly & effortlessly passed out on my lap drinking down her almond milk. Girl gon' get tired.
The flight last week went very smoothly, after all the fretting I did about it beforehand. I know I had a lot of people saying prayers for a smooth and noneventful flight, and that's what we got. Sometimes I'm sure it seems silly what we pray for, but what better to let go of the worry & let God take care of it? I love to see His work in action.
Mia's had a fun trip. She's gotten to see both grandparents (which, next time I'm there Nana & Granddad, I must take a picture of Mia with both you guys!), see parts of the South & Lower Midwest and other family members like her "first cousins once removed" (not "first cousins once we moved" -- KP boys!). Aside from this past night & Friday night, Mia's slept really well given all the traveling. 4 good nights out of 6 ain't bad.
Greg joined us for the weekend. It was a quick trip for him but it was fun & relaxing. My parents asked if I'm looking forward to getting back home. I'll miss their help with Mia, but I'll be happy to be back with G, even if I've barely washed a dish since I've been here.
Soon, back to life / back to reality.
But until then, some of Mia's globe-trotting adventures in the Hoosier State:
new car(t) to push around
table & barn I used to play with
getting pushed around by Uncle J
lounging with Papa Jack on the porch
Mia's playtime buddy, Mommo