After our last minute dash to the US embassy in Dublin to obtain Harris's first passport, we purchased our flights to the US. We got the go ahead from the pediatrician to fly, so there was only one question left. How would little 6 week-old Harris fly?
We are relieved to report, he did great. His eyes opened really wide when our ears popped, but other than that, we didn't hear a peep on the long 7 and half hour flight. He was a little sick of flying by the time our Newark layover was over, but settled down in time for take-off after getting a full tummy. I have to say this really is great age to fly. I know it will only be getting more difficult as he becomes more and more aware of the world around him. I will update everyone on his "perfect traveller" status after our summer trips to Europe. Right now, we're just crossing our fingers that the flight back to Dublin is as uneventful as the flight to Texas.
|I can't recommend this Kidco Peapod travel "crib" enough!|
Next up, Austin!
|Cocktail hour under the dinosaur|
|Chelsea designed most of the graphics and paper goods|
|Reception in the main lobby|
|Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Gunter|
|Lots of bikes in this wedding|
|Everyone but Charlie|
|So happy for Bradley and Amanda!|