Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Woodbury
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... traveling with our power of attorney papers and other legal documentation because many of the states we are going to would not have recognized our marriage - until today!! So exciting!
On to or long drive, we made three stops to stretch and see a bit of Wisconsin. Play, it is so important that the girls get to run and stretch and play and Wisconsin is loaded with great parks and playgrounds for this purpose. The two we visited were the Deerfield Dream Park ...
... is it all as it must be lifted to overhead bins, "slepped" up stairs and lifted over countless obstacles.
Two days before. Packed. Getting a "buzz" haircut and cortisone shots in both knees tomorrow. Don't think I've ever done this amount of planning before. There cannot be one thing that the two of us are not prepared ...
... Kristen moved from Minnesota to the Washington DC Area in 1994 and they lived with us at our Ashley Drive house for a few weeks. Mallery & Travis were two, Billy had “finished” our basement there and Care-Doe, our Nanny, was living with us then too. Many of the friends and family we have seen already on this trip remembered being at that house at one time (party) or ...
... friends and their parents. Some of the neighbors really go all out for the kids and there's a lot of candy to be had in a subdivision like that. I feel a zit coming on!
I also had the time and space in Kristen's living room to work on my first ...
... She then apologized for the lack of options for Aviva by saying "We don't really cater to people with allergies"....clearly the Dells has its own unique clientelle who are not allergic to anything.
Good news is that we all survived breakfast and managed to go on a "Duck Boat Tour". If you are a 4 year old boy there is nothing cooler. We went on an amphibious WW II boat that was purchased from the army. The kids had front row seats and while Jessica ...