Residence Inn Durango
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... on and calmly ate, then we'd fall asleep. Finally. A moment when he seemed happy eating. Hallelujah! So we stuck to that plan for months and in the end I was so attached that we just co-slept from 9 pm on and he'd snack several times a night. I'm telling you, it was the most wonderful part of my day (night). Even if I did only get 5-6 hours of sleep a night.
July rolled around and with Reid sleeping through the night, we knew Bennett had to be next. ...
We got an early start from Las Vegas heading south first past the Hoover Dam, then East across the state of Arizona to Gallup, NM. It was hot and a lot of desert to look at. Heading North from Gallup was a long ride through Navajo Native land. We did not arrive ...
... feeding, holding, and even taking one of the babies during the nights so we could have a break from both babies. We loved every single second they were here and can't thank them enough for all the love they gave our boys and us. It was fun to see them interact with Reid and Bennett and we didn't want to say goodbye. They really helped us keep our sanity, especially while I was recovering from everything. ...
Nor wind to blow
Reach out your hand if your cup be empty
If your cup is full, may it be again
Let it be known there is a fountain
That was not made, by the hands of men
There is a road, no simple highway
Between the dawn and the dark of night
And if you go, no one may follow
That path is for, your steps alone
You who choose to lead must follow
But if you ...
We were so excited to welcome the Kellers back to Durango for a visit. Our first full day, we hooked up with the Butzens and Katie's parents, who were also visiting, for a hike up to Spud Lake. Only a 40 minute drive from Durango, we cruised up into the mountains and began our hike surrounded by the colorful Aspen trees. We hiked about 45 minutes and were rewarded with views of ...