The last full week in July was our last week in Lincoln.
Our last month was, overall, a good one. Peppered with some setbacks, like having our passports lost and the visa applications stunted while we applied for brand new passports. But it was also full of company, help, friends and family.
It was a month full of “lasts.” Last guys nights and girls nights, last play dates with various friends of both Jayce and Hannah. (Unfortunately in my spaced-out state, I neglected to be as camera wielding as I typically am.)
We had our last church visit. Our last week with those Sunday afternoon traditions: nap, backyard sprinklers and swings, sidewalk chalk in this driveway, walks around the block, dinner at our favorite local restaurant and out for ice cream.
Our last nights watching movies on our couch (which is sold), on our tv (sold), in our living room (sold).
It was the last days rocking my baby girl in the rocker in her nursery. Her last nights in a room that I put a lot of thought into, last nights in a crib that allowed both her and her brother to sleep safely and soundly, and will now be used by their new cousin.
Jayce’s last night in his big boy room, complete with big boy bed. His bed is now a big girl bed for his cousin Hadley.
Lots of lasts. Now I’m ready for some firsts.