Before we took our 5th wheel to Kansas, we had an opportunity to get back together with everyone that was in our Prenatal class. It was really cool to see all the girls not prego and actually holding the babies. I remember wondering during our class what their babies will look like. Everyone was extremely nice. It was fun to compare baby/birthing stories and see what milestones our babies have reached already. There was one particular baby (Ethan) that took a liking to Aubriana. We had them on the blanket next to eachother and he kept cooing at her and smiling. I think she got her first taste of what flirting is all about. It was too cute.
Ok, now we live in Kansas. The move went really well. Our first time taking our house on a drive. Its nice that we are 3 1/2 hours out of Denver. Its not a horrible drive, just boring. Where we are staying is a lot nicer of a place then in Denver. They have 3 hot tubs... ooh la la! and a miniature golf course and there aren't a bunch of people staying here. When I look out my window, I see miles and miles of brown grass. I guess they have a huge harvest of wheat here. There really isn't much out here, but we have a Super Walmart near by. It's the cleanest, nicest Walmart I've ever been in. I'm just glad I'm with my Hubby again even though I go pretty much all day without seeing him. The real negative about Kansas is the wind. It blows like crazy here. I've already had chapped lips because of it. Well, fingers crossed I don't wind up like Dorothy and Toto.