Adventures in Wisconsin Part I

Nov 6, 2010 | Full Time Family | 11 comments

What a day we had on Friday!
We had planned to go last Friday but were all ill… but FINALLY we got to meet cousin/niece Sophia!  Two weeks old already!  
It was a beautiful day, the area where my brother and his wife live is just gorgeous but not as gorgeous as their baby!  What a little charmer and like a good baby, quite the nursing machine!  Like every mother I think Victoria is wondering… “Is this normal?”  What a darling.  I’ll try not to gush further but needless to say we were smitten.  My kids must have given her 100 kisses each.  I just couldn’t believe we were sitting in their living room – cousins together.   Surreal.
Just a smidge under two hours away, I imagine there will be many trips back and forth in the future.  I mean, there are 3 girls all 3 years and younger.  I hope they will be the best of friends.  And don’t dismiss Aidan – he loves the ladies… and babies, wow, he loves babies!!!
We went to the park, and I can’t to visit in warmer weather as there is a lake, farmers market and out of this world community gardens… bike paths.  It’s a lovely area to be a stay at home mom with your first baby.  Pack baby up in a cozy stroller and go enjoy it all!  What a special, memorable time in life.  We only got a tiny taste of it as it was pretty cold… but we’ve got lots of memories to make!  
I will never forget the day I held my brother’s child.
Adventures in Wisconsin 
Part II coming soon…
 In the meantime I don’t know if I can resist an Adventures in India post if you know what I mean…  

11 Comments

  1. Sherri

    Oh my what a beautiful baby!! Looks like everyone had such a wonderful time! Glad you were all well enough to go visiting!!

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  2. Stephanie

    What a lovely baby. Cousins are the best!

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  3. Amari

    Pretty pretty! Such beautiful little children, and what joy they bring! Looking at your photos of your beautiful family makes me think I need to get off of the computer and out to the backyard to play with my own little cuties. Oh, how I would love to be 24 years old so that I could have 5 or 6 more of them!!! Thanks for posting and have a great weekend!

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  4. Blondie's Journal

    Isn’t Wisconsin gorgeous this time of year? We are headed to Lake Geneva in a couple of weeks for a little anniversary getaway.

    Baby Sofia is beautiful {so is mommy} and I enjoyed seeing your kids as well. So glad you had a wonderful time!

    XO,
    Jane

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  5. Farmchick

    Very sweet to see the children together.

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  6. Old Centennial Farmhouse

    Bahaha….adventures in INDIA!

    Well, your adventures in Wisconsin were BETTER…much! What a little doll your niece is. What a fun time all these cousins will have in the years to come, that’s for sure!
    XOXO
    Joni

    PS: Victoria, you look wonderful just having had a baby! Your daughter is just so sweet!

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  7. Carolyne

    Oh, this is so precious…..all the ‘littles’ as cousins.
    Your Mom is so blessed (as am I) to have three grand-girlies and a boy to guard them all.
    *You* are so very blessed to have the love and closeness of your sister-by-love. You two are lovelies! Two hours may seem like far-away, but you will make the distance fly.

    I for one am looking forward to the ‘trip to India’……your humour lights up my google reader :o)
    {[hug}} Carolyne

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  8. Deanna

    Sweet pics of a sweet baby!

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  9. Anne - Fiona and Twig

    Oh my goodness, what sweet pics!
    That one of Amelie holding Sophia’s head, precious!!!

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  10. kerrie

    Sophia was one of the names on my baby girl names list. She is a beauty. I did not realize your youngests name is Juliette `Elisabeth. I have a Grace Elisabeth. I also miscarried a Rose Juliet. So glad you had a wonderful family road trip! ox

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  11. Tamra

    Your sweet little curly headed chick is so adorable!! How wonderful that your kids have cousins their age, what a wonderful thing.

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