4th of July and Saying Goodbye
It’s been the best weekend, and I keep telling my kids they need to burn these memories into their brains, because this is the childhood I want them to remember. Charlotte, Nolan and I have been at my parents’ place in the country since Friday with my brother’s family. For the past 5 years, we’ve all lived in the same city, and our kids have grown up together, best of friends. That’s about to change in just a few short weeks, as my brother, sister in law (and one of my closest friends) and my kids’ cousins are moving across the country. I couldn’t be happier for this new chapter in their lives, but I am also so very sad that they won’t be able to meet for playdates or weekends in the country like we’ve been used to. I’m most sad for the kids, because they are so close, and I want them to stay close. The cousin relationship is so special (and fun!) and I don’t want them to lose that. I’m so glad we had this magical weekend to send them off to their new adventures.
And just enjoyed summertime