Toddler backpack with the following: no mess coloring book and markers, 3 favorite non-noisy toys, kindle, headphones
Now you’re probably thinking ‘what about a stroller?’ well I’m actually bringing a wagon! We have this wagon from Costco and as long as the wagon folds it can be checked at the gate before boarding the plane. This is going to make traveling (hopefully) 10x easier with both kids.
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We’re finally making the move from California to Florida. It’s bittersweet but I think it’s a good thing for us as a family. I wanted to share how we’re making this move happen so this will be a 3 part series.
Obviously this is part 1 where I’m sharing how I’m packing our vehicles. A quick synopsis of how we’re doing the move.
Less than a week ago I was given the opportunity to bid for my new flight attendant base. Today it’s official, I’ll be based in Florida! I’m currently still living in California but we’re planning on making the move in the next two weeks.
It’s a known fact that 2020 has been particularly challenging for everyone. It’s been a hard adjustment with stay-at-home orders, curfews, and doing the best we can at minimizing the spread of COVID-19.
As I reflect on this year I’ve had my fair share of challenges but I wanted to update you on my career as a flight attendant.
Baby #2 finally arrived via a scheduled inducement. In all honesty, I couldn’t take being pregnant anymore. My doctor told me that it was safe and healthy for me to be induced at 39 weeks. So I wasted no time and scheduled the inducement at 39+1.
Please no judgement! Though I was having a safe and healthy pregnancy, I was having so much pelvic pain that I just couldn’t stand the thought of staying pregnant while I waited for my little man to come out naturally.