We had such an amazing time in Port Ludlow with Jason and Rebecca and their kiddos!! We played at the lagoon (where the kids – especially Kayliana – enjoyed rowing in the little raft). We searched for sea glass at one of the beaches in Port Townsend. The guys took all the boys to the pool while the girls napped and Rebecca and I sat on the deck enjoying the beautiful scenary and talking…and talking…and talking. It’s funny how even when we spend five days together it’s just not long enough and we never run out of things to say!
… (indicating my moment of shock. In the middle of the store, in the middle of the cracker/cereal aisle, I did a kind of honk-laugh ARE YOU KIDDIN ME?!- shocked gasp combo. I bet it was rather strange sounding). I called Mike and he said that, the doctor had just told them that this time, they might send us to the ER. I told him I’d get there as soon as I could and ditched my cart in the middle of the store (I figured I had a valid excuse) and pedal to the metal-ed to the doctor’s office. I walked into the waiting room and found our two sweet boys sitting in the same place they’d been sitting at yesterday. YESTERDAY. Kayliana had her first stitches YESTERDAY. Now, it’s TODAY and we’re here. Again. For stitches. Again. Twice. In Two Days. Is this a joke?!
When we got home, this picture was waiting for Kayli (made by Zach). When she saw it she said, “It’s me! With no owies on my two eyeballs!!” Let’s hope she gets and STAYS that way. OWIE-FREE.
Boys' slumber party room
Um, how do these things work?!
Up the creek...so to speak.
Yeah, this water isn't QUITE deep enough for snorkeling.
It's still fun though!
Row, row, row your boat (she did sing it).
Zach and Veronica having a cuddle.
Sandy butt shot.
The younger Clan ladies enjoying a moment on the deck (before Rebecca and I kick them out of OUR seats).
Day 1 outfit at the doctor's for stitches
Day 2, not looking quite as awesome
All passed out on the papoose :(
Happier heading home.