Babies are hard to travel with, and our sweet, easy-going baby is no exception. Although he slept most of the time, he still needed to eat every once in a while... 
Aaron and I planned our road trip back to Utah with lots of stops along the way. The first was Spokane, ID. Aaron's uncle lives there and has a cabin in Coeur D'Alene. He was generous enough to take us there and let us play around for a day and a half.

relaxing on the dock

I LOVE this picture of Aaron. Talk about a sexy daddy!

We had plenty of willing babysitters, making it possible for Aaron and I to take a ride on the jet ski, and try out the paddle board.

Their cabin is right on the lake and they take such beautiful care of the landscaping. Sitting around the firepit at night is one of our favorite things to do at the cabin.

My sister flew to Seattle to help us pack up and move. She also made it possible for me to sit in the front seat and talk to Aaron. It was a very pleasant trip thanks to her. While we were visiting Aaron's uncle, Annie got to play around with Aaron's cousin (she is 16) and her friends.

Best infant life preserver EVER

Not too excited about wearing a pink astronaut suit, but he was a good sport

A very expensive cabin on the lake. Includes a helicopter pad, floating trampoline, and a boat house bigger than most of the houses along the lake.

After relaxing with Aaron's Uncle and his family, we drove to Grangeville, ID where we stayed the night with Aaron's brother. That night we went to the county fair and the next morning the men went pheasant hunting. They ended up shooting 3 pheasants and 1 chukar.

Towards the end of our journey we spent a couple days in Fruitland and Nampa with our parents. They were all thrilled to see their little grandbaby again!

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