Nancy in MN. Sorry, no prize.
It was me. It was U-G-L-Y. I can't stand to barf. I'll do pretty much anything to try to keep from barfing. I was sitting at the aisle and we were starting to descend after having a bunch of turbulence. I hadn't eaten the whole 12 hours previous then had some fruit from the plane fare.
I felt it coming on and fought it till I knew it was gonna happen like it or not. I grabbed a bag and hurled next to Chloe who immediately said "ohhh, gross."
Then it got even worse. All I'm gonna say is I've birthed numerous children and certain muscles strain to barf. Ah, hum. I ended up going san undies (can't believe I am writing this) as I ditched them in the plane bathroom. Sorry if this is TMI... but you can laugh with me now that it's over, no laughing AT me!!
Otherwise I am trying to keep the kids awake, it's not working well. They all did get up and showered, they ate soup and fruit. Now they are sleeping again.
Dad just got up, I'm going to try to make it to 8 pm or later. Here's some pictures of the sibs with their eyes open, at least 2 of them anyway. They are enjoying getting to know the others, so far no big clashes have occured.
Actually Cam and Chance like each other better than we expected, we see some rough housing and competition potential there. Nothing major happened here at home and I have 3 loads of laundry done, #4 started.
I'll write soon more about the how's and why's of the boys getting home. Let me get caught up with home first, but I promise to share.
It's so deeply touched my heart and life, these "older" children who are sooo much worth making a part of your family. They are a huge and unmatched JOY. Spunk and snakes (Chance's favorite animal) welcome. Okay, maybe not the snakes:)