We headed to the mountains early saturday morning to join our friends at camp. We had waited a day to allow Ro to recover and he was back to normal. We got there as our friends were finishing up breakfast so we felt like we didn't miss too much. Camping was awesome and exhausting. The kids were all wonderful and played so nicely. Rowan was a bit of a handful, always running for the fire pit, or falling down the hills. He enjoyed himself though. It was colder than I expected and I forgot Rowan's jacket but luckily someone lent me one. I felt terrible that the baby would be left to freeze! I hardly slept at all during the cold night, but it wasn't because I was freezing, I was just worried about keeping Rowan warm. He and Athena both slept great (8 pm - 7:30 am). Of course I nursed Rowan most of the night to keep him happy.
I'm looking forward to camping again in June, I just need to get a bigger sleeping bag by then because it is hard to squeeze a baby in one of those "mummy" bags. Alright, I'll leave you with some pictures now, I am still very tired from the trip...
On the trail.
Athena saying goodbye to her "T" stick. She really wanted to take it home with her.
Camping wouldn't be complete without vegan cupcakes, right? Thanks Lindsey!