Well, the laundry is done and our fridge has food again, but I’m still not back in the real-world zone. I think that’s the sign of a good vacation….I unplugged so completely, that I can’t find my way back yet.
Time flies so quickly, it seems the kid’s birthdays grow closer together every year. I’m desperate to make it stop, to freeze them at each delicious age. That’s why it’s even more important for me to step away from all those little things demanding my time, and focus on the people who’s time in my home is fleeting.
Last week, the three of us left computers, video games, and distractions behind, and loaded the car for our best friends in Nashville. We moseyed our way there, and spent nights in Memphis and Little Rock, with a lot of adventure in between.
|Five kids is no joke! How does Emily do it?!|
We loved making memories as a family, and sharing fun moments! How do you unplug and focus on family? Are you a road-tripper?
Looks like you had so much fun!!!!! And your bff is gorgeous!!!! 🙂
What a beautiful vacation, love the pictures and seeing your sweet friendship. xo
I love having a friend loves my kids as much as I do. Looks like you guys had fun.
Love following your blog, Cassie. I also live in Texas and could not live any place else! Where are you in this great state? I live north of Houston on Lake Conroe. 🙂
Hot mamas, right there.
Aw, the sweetest family roadtrip. The only thing better than friends for life is when that gets passed on to the kids too!!
Good to have you back & plugged back in, though. #selfishFreckles #you're50%ofmyblog&Instagramreadership
It looks absolutely perfect! I love a quiet family vacation and I love unplugging even more!
What fun! So glad you got a chance to unplug, hang with the kiddos and your BFF. You are so right, the time goes by way to quickly. Beautiful ladies!!
Looks like a fun trip! It's so great to spend time with good friends!
It's so great to unplug isn't it?! Loving all these great pictures. Looks a great trip!
I love that picture of you girls back to back, that's a framer for sure!
Did you notice the irony of the "welcome to Texas – drive friendly – the Texas way" sign with a knocked over road cone? 😀
What fantastic photos! The pic of your son and his Godmother almost brought tears to my eyes. You can just tell there is a lot of love there. Thanks for sharing! Oh, and you are seriously a supermodel. Just saying. 😉
These are such great photos! What a wonderful recap. It makes me want to hop in the car with the kiddos, pretty girl.
New to your blog and love it…Loved that you went through Arkansas and had something to do (I was born and raised in south Arkansas, but live in Canada now)…but my most favorite thing was the "sister wives" comment. It's so true isn't it…Love you blog and new follower!!!
Just had to comment and say THANK YOU for sharing the Nashville love! My husband and I also met/married in Nashville, and we'd lived there for nearly a decade before moving away last year. Your photos were like an I Spy game of Nashville sights 🙂 LOVE the pedestrian bridge and Parthenon shots!