We are in Florida now after an incredibly relaxing and enjoyable week in Sunriver, Oregon with my parents. Although not as bad as last year, we missed a connection on the way out and had to rent a car and drive four hours from Portland. No matter what a pain in the arse traveling across the country is with two kids, two car seats, a stroller and five million bags, it is worth every second to be with my parents. Enjoy the pics!
The area around the Sunriver resort is usually covered with snow this time of year. Not this time. So no ski-out cross country skiing. At least we got to enjoy the high desert scenery.
Our beloved Mt. Bachelor.
Nana Proskurowski. Rocking it out in a Pendleton backpack, obvi. She is lucky that I didn’t steal it from her (I wanted to, and she offered it to me, but it looks too cute on her).
RAINBOW! Over a small log cabin, can this be any more dreamy?
Yours truly (there was snow as you drove up the mountain, so we got one day of cross-country in).
Just in case I got lost, I wore a neon shirt.
Cruzzie in ski school. Prediction: Mathlete (vs. athlete).
Gasp! Our baby is growing up!
Lots of this happened.
My boys, minus my bro (who was home in Seattle sick, with three sick kids. Sick).
Ice skating! (why in the world are winter sports SOOO hard for everyone to learn???)
New contraption to learn how to skate = not handy.
Lack of snow.
TADA! Ice skating outside the house.
Train. We (meaning, Cruzzie), took this multiple times. He would probably say it was the highlight of the trip.
We won the parenting award and let the kids go alone, not buckled in, and standing up.
LOVE the grandparents.
Toosh eating. OOOOH and did I mention that she had a double ear infection, which we figured out on Friday before our Sunday morning flight. Awesome…..Poor little baby girl.
Sky. When Cruzzie saw the stars the other night, he told me that he only sees stars in Oregon and never in NYC. Le sigh.
Oregon, Nana and Tata; we love you! We will see you soon! Thanks for a great week! Now off for some pool time.
Peace out. Or hang loose.