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Rain


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Saturday, March 31. 2007

Spring is here and so is the rain. It seems like it has rained non-stop for the last several days. Consecutive rainy days have quite the impact on our kids......the unspent energy builds and builds until they are spinning out of control around the house ready to emotionally and physically explode. They so badly want to be out playing as they haven't really been able to do that since we got home. They want to ride their bikes, roller blade, skateboard, ride the scooter, play in the backyard, play baseball and so forth. S took the older two out for a walk this afternoon and they returned looking more like they had spent the previous minutes standing under the shower and their energy level was not any lower as they were so excited about being so wet! When we try to explain that the rain gets everything prepared for growth, provides nourishment for the grass and flowers and cleanses things their eyes gloss over and they seem to be be lost in their thoughts of favorite outdoor play. Hopefully soon we will be able to enjoy that. AJ has a couple of birthday presents that were requiring non-snow, non-wet days and tomorrow we pick up L's new to her (previously owned) bike that she can't wait to ride.

We arrived home


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Saturday, March 31. 2007

After driving through the night we arrived home just before 5:00am. The kids actually settled in and slept for a bit. J., T., and M., had arrived Monday night so it was a bit odd coming home to people in our house but it was great to still be able to have a visit despite us missing the first couple of days. Its been a whirlwind of excitement, as having a house with 5 kids in it will be. Lots of great times playing, reading books and hanging out.

More lessons from North Platte


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Saturday, March 31. 2007

1. A huge expensive mess can occur in a "tourist shop" and not have my kids involved in it! (A worker dusting a shelf ended up with several glass nick nacks all over the floor broken in many many pieces).

2. When our children are not very ill they are hard to entertain in a hotel room as they are no longer willing to lay semi-conscious watching TV.

3. Transmission repairs can occur in less time than originally estimated. WE got the van back a day earlier and were able to start our journey back at 5:00 pm Tuesday rather than Wednesday afternoon.

4. Despite the great news that we can leave a day earlier and will get more time to play with family waiting there for us, L will be extremely upset that we were not able to go to the Children's Museum in North Platte (its wasn't open Monday or Tuesday) as we "promised"

The adventure continues


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Monday, March 26. 2007

Today's adventures included:
1). Getting a vehicle and driving around the city of North Platte (24,000) and looking for points of interest on a map we had.
2). Looking for the observation deck for the train yard thinking it would be fun only to find out it had been torn down.
3). Trying to go to the Children's Museum only to find out that it isn't open Monday or Tuesday.
4). Driving up and down the same streets so many times that the kids were begging us to go back to the hotel.
5). Buying several frozen microwave dinner options and dining in our room this evening.
6). Having family visiting in Mpls (at our house while we are in North Platte) wanting to meet baby L and we are 10 plus hours from them and short a van til Wednesday.

And yet another one down


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Sunday, March 25. 2007

L hasn't seemed herself later this afternoon but we figured she was just tired and "under the influence" of the TV but......this evening she followed the same course as her siblings and joined the barf buddy brigade. Hopefully tomorrow will be a healthier day.

This could get very interesting


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Sunday, March 25. 2007

We were only 10 miles down the road this morning when our ride started getting bumpy. We decided it was bad road conditions but then all of a sudden the engine started revving, the RPM guage flip flopping and we realized things were not going as planned and something was really wrong. Luckily we were near an exit ramp with limited services but we could see a gas station on the other side of the freeway.

As we were plodding along the exit ramp, poor AJ got sick. As L relayed everything that AJ "ruined" in the back, I had a moment where I felt very defeated and was ready to burst into tears (which I do very rarely so you know fatigue had hit) but moments later as we reached the top of the exit ramp, the "check engine soon light" came on and the engine stopped. S was able to steer the van as it rolled backwards down the ramp and got us off the main road. S called for a tow truck and I cleaned up AJ and the van as best one can do on the side of the road. There wasn't time to feel defeated. I had to pull all my energy together and move forward. Adding to the difficulty of cleaning up was the fact we were packed in there with very little space left over to move about as we weren't optimally packed due to the fact we had been skiing the day before and all of the wet stuff was just put in and we started driving.

AJ seemed to get a second wind and was running along the roadway finding all sorts of treasures from rope to broken tie down straps. After and hour and a half, a flatbed tow truck arrived to load up van. As the van is being pulled up L anounces "This could get very interesting!!" It could and it did!

A-girl all of a sudden started screaming when the tow truck driver arrived and continued to be upset for the rest of the drive. We all climbed into the cab of the truck and made our way back to the same hotel we were left earlier this morning. Despite the hot (AC didn't work) and bumpy ride back, the kids seemed to enjoy the adventure and AJ was able to "leave nothing behind." I'm sure we were an interesting sight as we pulled in front of the hotel, 7 people piled out of the tow truck and then the driver lowered the flatbed and we took out the few things we could easily reach from the van before he took it away. Since its, Sunday there isn't much we can do but wait until tomorrow to find out what is wrong with the van and how long it will take to fix it. It is likely the transmission which will make things a bit more complicated.

When S was getting us checked into the hotel, I was filling out paper work in the tow truck. The driver handed us his business card. L read it while I was completing the forms. It said:
If we meet and you forget me-
You have lost nothing-
But if you met Jesus Christ and forget him-
You have lost everything.

Excitedly, L announced "Mom! See!!! Its Sunday and this is on our card!"

So here we are in North Platte, Nebraska having a lazy day. It would be a true luxury if it weren't also a bit stressful but we are enjoying our family time together. Fortunately there is a pool here at the hotel and we could easily get to the swim bag in the van. The kids are also enjoying watching TV as we don't have cable at home and their veiwing time is severely limited by most standards. Our biggest challenge seems to be getting food. We are in a hotel without a restuarant and there is only one open today that delivers. There is a taxi service, however it doesn't run on Sunday. The hotel has a van parked in front of the entrance, however they can't drive us to a restaurant to pick up food. We may be having pizza for lunch and dinner.

Looking back, we are very fortunate to have stopped last night when we did. We were planning to keep driving as long as we could to get us closer to home. J, T and M are arriving tomorrow for a visit and K was also visitng in town and we were hoping to link up in the morning......not looking like it will happen. After enjoying the powder skiing, our goal was to get as close to home as we could. At 3:00 am L had to go to the bathroom so we stopped and she kept asking if we could get a hotel. We decided to stop and drove across the freeway to the only hotel in the area. As we sat waiting for the tow truck tody, I couldn't help thinking how grateful I was that it wasn't 3:00 in the morning when it may have been tougher to get a tow truck and find availablility in the hotel.

Although this isn't what we had planned and it will likely continue to get more interesting, we're together and making things as positive as we can.

Another one down


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Sunday, March 25. 2007

This morning after just a few minutes awake, AJ was sick........guess we should have taken note yesterday while skiing and he was not eating, and making several bathroom trips. We are hanging out in the hotel hoping things will pass and not really looking forward to the remaining 10 plus hour drive with a kid not feeling well. I don't think the worst part of it will be AJ being sick but his older sister's emotional reaction to the fear of her "stuff getting wrecked from barf" as he sits next to her in the van......he already got her new shoes and she was less than impressed!

Powder Skiing


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Sunday, March 25. 2007

We awoke to snow Saturday morning that continued throughout the day. We completed the tasks associated with staying at the house (washing sheets, cleaning etc), packed up the van and headed to the mountain to get in a little skiing in the afternoon before heading out. We got to the top of the gondola in almost white out conditions. Summit House, where we sat outside on the picnic tables in the sunshine 2 days ago was buried in 4 to 6 inches of snow. People had their faces covered and everyone walking through the doors was coated in snow. The wind was really strong. Poor A-girl went a couple of times on "the mat" as she excitedly referred to the Magic Carpet (moving walkway on the beginner slope) and the wind was so strong it blew her backwards and prevented her from oving upwards. Finally the lift operator just picked her up and set her further up on the carpet as she jsut couldn't grip and go. We all really enjoyed the powder skiing. It was great to build up the confidence in AJ and A-girl as it was a little slower and the rest of us had fun playing. Everyone was tired by the time we left. Roads in the mountains and passes were icy but not too bad and as we dropped in altitude they just became wet. Now for the long drive back.

Skiing Keystone


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Friday, March 23. 2007

We have enjoyed the past 2 days of skiing despite some unexpected turns. Poor A-girl has altitude sickness but true to her "love of life" attitude and drive she is eager to ski and although she is much more tired than what she usually is, she has still managed to have a great time. "we goin' to Cowowado" (I guess in her mind Denver was not Colorado as we didn't ski there). "We goin' skiing!!!!" is often being squealed with delight and even after an afternoon, night and morning of being sick she was still ready to go skiing after a nap yesterday morning. She doesn't have her strength or stamina though and it was evident when she fell asleep against my leg while leaning on me yesterday afternoon and then proceeded to sleep on the bench of a picnic table for quite a while and today kept sitting down in the middle of a run when she ran out of steam. She is such a trooper though and is full of enthusiasm....but not much energy to follow it through.

L is loving her time here as every year and is planning out all of the runs she wants to take. She gets annoyed with how slow her siblings are and would prefer to do mogal runs all day......my old body just can't handle that. She and S were on a run today that had some moguls and L was extremely excited to get Daddy on a mogul run as he prefers not to do moguls. At one point, S fell. L skiied up beside him and "fell." "See Daddy, you can do moguls. When you fall, I'll fall too."

AJ is doing well but is not very confident in his skiing abilities. He is anxious about the steepness and is very afraid. Of course a couple of good tumbles don't really help that fear subside any either. This afternoon we were able to take a really nice gentle run (L usually convinces him that he wants to do certain runs because she does and of course they are steeper and more challenging so his confidence is shot) and although he still did a wide snow plow for most of it, he had a great time and at the chair lift he announced he wanted to go again. Very big step. With our "different ski season" this year with baby L's arrival, AJ just didn't get the practise, repetition or lessons that he needed to build up his confidence and start skiing more parallel.

Baby L is enjoying the mountains and spends most of his time sleeping at Summit House and soaking in all of the "ooohs and aahs" from his adoring fan club. We all go up in the gondola and hang out at the top. We take turns skiing from there. The conditions are typical spring ski conditions with lots of ice and slush. Like I posted earlier, it is a very different type of skiing than what I have been used to in my past life (ski hard all day long from the time the lifts open until they close), however it is so much fun creating wonderful memories with the kids. The wonderful scenery, the peacefulness, the beauty and time to be with our family without all the reglar outside commitments has been incredible. The kids are already planning which runs they will take next year and we are trying to figure out logistics as how to make things run a little smoother in getting 4 kids and gear from the parking lot, through the village to the gondola and how we can get a bigger box for the top of the van to make packing a lot easier for road trips with 4 kids.

Car Seats


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Wednesday, March 21. 2007

I think that the designers and manufacturers of infant/toddler car seats and booster seats should have to spend time cleaning one up/out before having their design approved. We are extremely fortuntate to not have had too many instances of the seats needing a "deep" cleaning...that is untill this trip when A-girl has given me the opportunity to give her never before washed 2 year old car seat a deep thorough cleaning not once but twice in the past 3 days.

The first incident was one that we should have anticipated (OK the perfectionistic, anal one anyway) when we put a recently toilet trained, very tired two and a half year old in her car seat for a very long trip. A few hours into the drive in literally the middle of nowhere, she woke up and announced she needed to go to the bathroom....unfortunately there wasn't anything available and when it was it was much too late. We stopped driving pretty late and when the kids finally fell asleep there I was scrubbing her carseat in the hotel bathroom grateful that it wasn't too bad.

Not 3 days later, just hours after entering ski country and getting set up in the house we were staying at, A-girl announced that her stomach hurt. As we talked she said it wasn't bad and she wanted to eat. Since we were headed out to get groceries, we all loaded into the van. We weren't a mile away and all of a sudden there were not so pleasant noises and a lot of mess. She had covered herself, the back of the seat in front of her and anything and everything in between and around. S turned around and headed back to the house. Poor A-girl was lifted out of the van, car seat and all and set on the porch. S and the older kids went to run the errands and after I had gotten A-girl tidied up and she had fallen asleep, I tackled the car seat. I was extremely grateful for the washing machine at the house and also the fact that we didn't need to get back into the van right away so it had time to dry.

I have washed car seats in the past but I don't recall it being such a pain. The older kids booster seats seem to be much easier to clean (although I still don't do it on a regular basis) as they don't have all the buckles, straps/harnesses that are impossible to clean "perfectly" (not even close actually) or all the corners, plastic pieces etc. I think if the manufacturer's designers of these seats were forced to clean one prior to marketing, I am confident that the final product would be a lot easier to clean than what I had to do in the last few days.

Baby L


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Tuesday, March 20. 2007

Its hard to believe that Baby L is already 2 months old. His abilities change each day as he grows and develops new skills. He now smiles a lot and "talks" with us as he vocalizes lots of sounds and coos. He studies the world around him, staring and soaking up everything. He loved the Children's Museum of Denver today. His favorite activity was laying in a little lily pad with a mobile attached. The more he wiggled, kicked and flapped his arms the more the objects on the mobile moved. He loved it and it was great fun to watch it. He moved a lot, vocalized and smiled at the mobile and got it really moving and then would watch for a while and as the mobile slowed down he would start all over. At one point he was squealing with delight as he enjoyed the movement of the mobile. He also loved the water in the hotel swimming pool once he got over the initial shock. He smiled, he cooed and he watched his siblings play in the water. He wasn't impressed by the splashing water but he loved the experience. Perhaps there is hope for him liking the bathtub!

Travel


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Tuesday, March 20. 2007

Well we are on our journey and lets just say traveling with 4 kids is very interesting. Trying to coordinate the bathroom and food needs of 6 of us was quite the project and I am really amazed we ever made it out of the driveway! The best time to drive is in the evening as the kids fall asleep from exhaustion of the previous days events or pure boredom but then when we are ready to settle in for a good night's sleep, the kids have all had just enough sleep to give them a second wind and are extremely excited so sleep is the last thing on their mind. I'm sure everyone staying in the nearby rooms would have preferred if we had chosen to drive through the night! It took us almost two full days of driving to get to Denver. Only on vacation would we consider feeding our kids at 8:00 at night (9:00 by their little bodies) and still have them up at 10:00 or 11:00 if you are going by our home time. The past several days the kids have been going to bed at least 2 hours later than usual, still waking up at their regular hour and eating at various times and not necessarily what we would have them eat at home. Despite all of this, they are doing really really well. Of curse we still have our moments but for the most part its going well.......I find myself waiting for the explosion/meltdown that I am sure is just around the corner. Today, S went to meetings for work and the kids and I ventured down the freeway to the Children's Museum of Denver. The kids had a blast. We were there for 5 hours and left moments before they closed the doors and left us in rush hour. The kids are finally asleep (2 hours late again) and we were surprised they were still standing after 3 swims and 5 hours playing in the museum. As they fell asleep, they were excitedly planning their activities for tomorrow. Through their eyes, everything is a new adventure and a source of pure joy.

Hockey Fun


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Sunday, March 18. 2007

The past few days have been filled with lots of hockey. The WCHA tournament was at the Excel and my college roommate B. her son and niece and our crew went to the games Thursday night and Friday and Saturday afternoon and evening. Its a great time re-living our college days and enjoying some great hockey. A-girl charmed everyone in our section with her antics and was giving hugs and high fives to people we see regularly each year as well as some people we have never seen before! She's usually not so outgoing and confident, however when cheered and encouraged and she will perform. SInce the people around us often h ave tickets each year we are starting to recognize faces and really look forward to visitng with people especially the group in the seats behind us. This year many people commented to me that each year we have another baby......hmmmmm......lots of people are noted for being (insert college name) fans, or the drunk ones but I am remembered as the one with a new baby every year! Out of all the things that I could be labeled, I will wear that one proudly! The kids are very exhausted this evening (and so are the adults) and UND lost in overtime in the final game but it has been a great weekends. Thanks B for another great tournie weekend!

Great things kids say


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Sunday, March 18. 2007

L and AJ were sorting through the coins in their piggy banks the other day finding some state coins and L announced "Dad put his Georgia money in here! Like we are ever going to go to Georgia to spend it!!!"

Trying to understand tragedy


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Tuesday, March 13. 2007

This past weekend a young mother of 7 children (ages 3 months to 13 years old) was killed along with her friend when someone driving the wrong way on a nearby freeway hit them head on. Since I heard of the accident Sunday night, I have caught myself thinking about the woman, her family, the children left without a mother and I am so very grateful to hug my children, to wipe away their tears, to help them with math, to listen to them happily playing and creating nearby, to hear them sing, act silly, to hold them tight and be able to see their incredible smiles. These things are all lost to that young mother. Today I was at the dentist with L and the baby and she waited for me in the lobby while I had my teeth cleaned. She sat quietly doing her homework. As we left, she asked me about "the accident that killed the driver and her friend on the freeway....the one with the kids." I asked her how she knew about that and her reply was very simple "I overheard people talking about it and its was sad." How do you share with a 7 year old something you yourself can barely comprehend? I decided to talk with her about it and see where the conversation went. I told her about the driver's 7 children. How that was like our family but with three more children. I agreed that it must be very sad for them. She then blurted out, "but the baby is only three months old..just a bit older than baby L...they need to drink milk from their Mom.....what is that baby going to do?!?!" I assured her that the baby would get milk via formula and she relaxed a bit and we drove on in silence. She then asked me about a tragedy and what made something a tragedy. As we talked she decided that anything that involved death and children was a tragedy. I shared with her that events such as that really made me extra grateful for all that we had and how the little things that seem so big (being late for an appointment, bills to pay, many things that need our attention and not enough time to do them all, having your brother take something you wanted etc) really didn't seem to matter when compared to something so large. It was amazing to be able to have a conversation of that depth with L. She had great questions and insights and seemed to grasp the magnitude of what we were talking about in a manner that I didn't expect from her at her age. I'm not sure what she walked away from that interaction with but I know that I walked away with a renewed sense of cherishing life each and every moment, to let the "not so big things" fade away and not take a forefront in terms of my time and energy and to be truly grateful for all the blessings in my life.



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