March 30, 2009
Before I talk of our trip, I want to thank all the visitors to my site for the warm wishes regarding the
I’ll have to “hang up” my skates until fall, most likely. That’s because our family will soon welcome one more little person. This happy occasion caused us to take this unplanned vacation.
It started with a long-awaited reunion with grandma and grandpa (Steven’s parents). Trysten fussed at first, but just half-an-hour later, he was eagerly sharing his new experiences in his languages. I have to say that he adapted to English very fast, and could understand it after just 2 or 3 days. Trysten now tried to repeat all words indiscriminately, and we watch it with awe.
Trysten missed his dad so much, at first he wouldn’t part with him for a minute. Together, they drew, sang songs, and, of course, played soccer!
Trysten finally met his cousin Noah, but unfortunately they didn’t find common ground at first. They examined each other carefully, and then Trysten passed the ball right at Noah, inviting him for a soccer match. Noah got confused as he’s just one, and couldn’t get into this game, so Tristan immediately lost interest in him.
The flight from
Of course, our unplanned vacation was good for everyone, as a lot difficult but happy times await us…