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Visiting family for the holidays: Built-in babysitters
I've only been in Oklahoma at my parents' home for 24 hours and I'm already feeling super blissed out.
(FYI - The 2 flights and accompanying layover were perfect yesterday, thanks to all of your recommendations! The DVD player definitely won the Most Valuable Player Award. God Bless the DVD.)
Like I've said before, raising a toddler without any family around can be quite challenging. It's all you, all of the time. Since I walked through the door yesterday afternoon, Wito has been surrounded by doting family members, and I've been thrilled to do absolutely NOTHING. In fact, I'm straining to come up with my plans for the day.
Maybe I should just spend a little more time on the couch coming to that decision. Viva la holidays!