Im jst excited n decided to post this tomorrow im having a long trip a 24 hr trip to see my family after over a year without seeing them in person their finally going to meet their 2nd gran child n his a week old n hoping for the best hoping he aint going to be soo fuzzy on the road n gonna be a bit worried that his gonna have little time to stretch n lay on his back when his asleep :/ n i knw my 2 yr old son will be soo fuzzy of jst being in the car seat for sooo long
24hrs! That's crazy! I would def be more worried about the 2 year old handling the trip, cuz newborns just lay their all cute but toddlers go nuts haha but it sounds like a fun family road trip have fun :) where are you from, and where are you driving to?
how exciting I know how you feel, im an Army wife and we live about 12hrs from home and I havent seen my family since june and they are coming up next weekend for my baby shower and I am beyond excited, I miss my mommy lol
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