I haven’t updated in a while, but that’s mostly because I was gone for a few days in Door County again! This time Trevor went with Serena and I and my other brother, Andy, met up with us at my parents’ camper in Egg Harbor. We went to almost all different places than my first trip, celebrated my mom’s birthday, and Trevor and I even had a date night. It was an excellent trip, and Serena was a great little road tripper. She did awesome, and it helped to have someone to ride in the back with her from time to time.
This was Serena’s last road trip in her infant seat. She has almost met the weight limit! We actually picked up a new seat for her just the other night. Tuesday is her 9-month appointment so we’ll see her official height and weight then!
This is the little A-frame cabin the three of us stayed in that was a short walk from the camper and a little longer walk to the bathroom! Not a fun walk in the middle of the night, but we somehow survived! Ha! It was just enough space for us, the pack n’ play and all our stuff. The only bummer was the bed was basically a thin pad on top of a plywood board, so we would wake up all sore. I think next time we’ll try the bigger cabin, or use our tent (and our nice air mattress….). I guess I only rough it soooo much…
My parents have a great site that we spent most of our time at.
Check out mom’s birthday flamingo!
This time we did some shopping, wine tasting, dining with the locals (not so much the touristy stuff), went to Cave Point, and saw the animals at Dairy View Country Store.
Serena was tired so wasn’t as into them as I had hoped. She was a little more interested when we saw some piglets another day at a farm we stopped at for Dad to buy some organic meat. Waseda Farms was an absolutely lovely place with friendly people!
I requested we go to Cave Point because we had gone there two years ago and I thought it was absolutely beautiful. Plus I always love to see Lake Michigan any time I can. It feels like home to me.
Thanks to my parents, Trevor and I had a great date night out. We ate dinner at Coyote Roadhouse on my dad’s suggestion. It was a busy happening place with really great service and tasty hot food. We had steak. After dinner we watched the sunset at Egg Harbor marina. Perfect.
Saying goodbye is always tough, but I’m sure time will fly by and we’ll be with my family again!
That’s our last trip for a while. It will be different now to be home and figure out my new schedule now that I am home with Serena and we are just sticking around town! Hi friends! Let’s make plans. 🙂