Antlers On The Creek Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... night, we would slip into the hot tub, pretty worn out, but allowing the warm water to chill us out. We did that everyday for a few weeks. It was fun, and I kept myself on top of everything so I didn't get overwhelmed but there were definitely moments when I wished I had a break (as in the house to myself). I feel very fortunate, however, I can stay home with the boys while enjoying them and work at ...
... a baby and a toddler? Now that must really be hard to have children at separate ages. Maybe one is potty training and the other needs to be breastfed. I have a couple friends who have infant twins and a toddler. How do they do it? Yikes, I couldn't imagine that. But the good news is, it's normal for me to have two babies (and normal for other families to have one or more). Yep, I tried my hand at breastfeeding ...
... to them and we are spending more time blocking their rolls and scoots from anything dangerous. I love seeing a difference in their personalities too. Reid is strong-willed, likes to get what he wants, learns fast, and is goofy and silly. Bennett is also such a goofball, has the most precious smiles, loves to cuddle, and once he learns something new, he catches on very quickly. They have been practicing ...
... a 79 cent giant slurpie. It was epic. We also made another stop at a little side area called Angel Peak - gorgeous scenery in the middle of nowhere :).
We got into Colorado, where we were heading more so into the mountains than the desert, but the scenery was equally as pretty. We got into camp and Elise, Harriet and I made marinated chicken skewers with salad, and wait for it, FAIRY BREAD! No one except the Aussies in ...
Even though we were allowed a sleep in today, we got up early to watch the sun rise over Monument Valley, it was stunning, took quite a few photos. We watch the sun rise over the horizon between a couple of the buttes as we had breakfast. Spent a little bit of time wandering about the hotel taking some photos of the stunning landscape. We left at 9am and headed up ...