Reflections on our time in the Motor Home: I learned a few things while living in our motor home for 5+ weeks. First is that you can get by with a lot less than you think you can. I even had clothes that I did not wear during that time. You don't need as many kitchen gadgets as you think you do. Gymnastics should never be done in a motor home. Keep the girls fingernails short. Being that close together can get on every one's nerves after awhile! We had a beautiful place to stay close to the beach but I was so ready to get out. The last week everything just kind of came to a bursting point. The girls were not napping and going to sleep at night was becoming more difficult for the girls. Even with getting out to the beach, swimming, gymnastics class and Chinese language class the close quarters were getting to us. Their behavior was getting worse. Emma was getting back at Meilynn's teasing with her fingernails and hitting. Behaviors that I thought we were over were coming back. Emma was doing her gymnastics off the couch in the motor home and getting hurt. Mike and I had no time when we could be alone together. I will have many fond memories but I am glad to be here at the beach house where we can spread out a little.
Looking at the fish. The girls first experience in a fast food playground. They were a little timid at first but soon got into the swing of things. At the beach with Daddy and Grandpa One night at the pier The sun was bright Mae, Mae came down with her friend to visit us in the motor home. The girls put makeup on her. I told you things were getting rough. Meilynn decided to decorate the sheets and bedspread in the motor home with pen during her nap. Living in such close quarters things like a pen that would not have been in their bedrooms at home were easily accessed. I kept finding things that she drew on. She wrote all over her shirt and her pillowcase and later when I gave her a shower I discovered that her tummy also had her creative work on it. Eating in the motor home