Quiet Weekend

I had this groovy idea that Ian should take Lucas camping: Father and Son special time in the woods. Lucas is the perfect age for camping now. I didn’t want to go because I don’t want to take Asher tent camping yet–Too much trouble. Then I thought, wouldn’t it be great if they went with Heff and his kiddos? Two grown-ups. Kids would have great fun. Heff agreed and they started planning. They decided to go to Heff’s family’s cabin … 5 hours away, south of Yosemite. Then they decided to go for three nights/days.

Wait a minute. I was thinking along the lines of two nights. Eeek.

So, they’re out there, somewhere, now.

So, Asher and I are having a quiet long weekend. I was kinda nervous about having the baby all to myself for so long without any help from Ian, but it’s working out OK. Asher and I are sleeping better than usual together. I guess fewer people in the house means fewer times waking up in the night. Go figure. I’ve also spent time with my folks and two very, very charming lady friends. (Hi, friends!) I went shopping today, too.

It’s been lovely so far and we’re halfway through the weekend now, so I don’t think I’ll get too lonely before my guys return.

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