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en vacances: traveling with the toddler

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Sorry we've been MIA for a few days. We slipped away from chilly Chicago to visit Oh SO sunny Florida. Nothing like a little natural vitamin D + family to reset and relax. ;) We're here with Mateo's adorable little cousins. Oh man, if you think he's cute...

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Silly us, we woke up 1.5 hours before we needed to leave for our flight. That would have been no problem if we'd had enough forethought to, ya know...PACK. Any-thing. Luckily we made it out of the house and onto our plane on time. Whew! We did lose one of Mateo's little shoes SOMEWHERE along the way (boo), but we're still calling it a success.

If I look a little bit tired on the plane, it's 'cause I was. Traveling with a toddler isn't the most relaxing experience, but no big stories to relay this trip. Mateo flew like a champ. We weren't too worried. These little 2.5 hour flights are no biggie. Good practice for our big trips this summer. (Italy and Croatia, whohoo).

Mateo's outside enjoying his nap al fresco. When he wakes up, we're off to the beach!

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Comment by Henna Blossom on March 17, 2013 at 8:17pm

Thanks guys! Glad you're reading. :) I'm loving blogging...even if no one knows our little blog is here yet :)

Comment by Mom Bloggers Club on March 17, 2013 at 4:56pm

We love your blog and your stories! Keep up the great way and thank you for sharing with our community.

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