We were a little worried at how they would do with the new tents, which they call "Tunnels", but all four did well. They were all excited to get in to get their new toy I bribed them with (gotta love the dollar store!) The peapods have zippers on both sides as well as screened windows on all four sides which can be opened, allowing them to see out, or closed. We zipped them in, left their screens open, so they could all see each other, and they were good to go. Peapods plus heavy hotel curtains equals darkness which equals 4 babies sleeping 12-14 hours a night....ahhhhh...perfection!
Despite the fits, I was able to snap some good pics of each of them!
...so awesome to now see my babies stand on the same steps, watching the same man throw the pizza!
Another attempt at a group photo, this time with Aunt Nancy & Uncle Richard...maybe next time!
Brody & Alicia both wearing some of her 27 pairs of sunglasses she keeps in her purse ;)
The drive home went well. We were again able to drive straight through only stopping for gas and this time, the babies slept nearly the whole way. We were welcomed back to Texas with 100 degree heat and humidity just in time for Father's Day...kinda makes me wish that teeth chattering 60 degree weather up north ;)