Arriving

I’m no longer a child. Last night, snuggling in bed with Josh, excitedly discussing the adventures that await us in our life, I told him that I realise that I would die for my family. I would throw myself in front of a moving car to save April. No question. Having a family has been […]

The Traveller

April is out like a light. We’re in New Orleans today. Having found ourselves a spot at a campground on the outskirts of the city, we headed into the French Quarter on the shuttle at 9am, only returning this evening at 5:45pm. That is clearly enough time to exhaust a baby. It was like a […]

Too early in the morning

It’s 5:30am in Tennessee. I woke up about an hour ago with a splitting headache. I think it’s because of the dryness here, but whatever it is, it sucks. April has been sleeping very well these last few nights. Don’t get me wrong. She tosses and turns and pretends that she’s a pillow. She very […]

Seasoned traveller

I’m lying in a king-sized bed at my friend Adrienne’s house in Mt Juliet, Tennessee. It’s just outside of Nashville. They’re renting a family’s summer house so it’s just about the most beautiful and perfect situation I can think of. Yesterday, although it started off super foggy, it lifted for us, and April and I […]