I started to get stressy about how to pack for her early in the week. Thankfully, my good blog friend, Kristin, suggested packing her things in ziploc bags to keep track of what she would need for each day. What a great suggestion! I don't think I will ever pack for Eva any other way. And it was a good thing I did, since her oil opened in my suitcase on the way home. Luckily that was contained!
She did so great on the drive. We stopped about 25 minutes into our drive at a mall so I could try to search for some things for her and to have lunch. I wore her in the sling and she snoozed the entire time. She fussed a bit as we got her back into the car but quickly fell back asleep and slept the rest of the drive. She was a ravenous beast when we arrived because she was clearly starving, but she made it! She quickly found a nice spot to get cozy at Nana's.
She was excited to meet her cousins, O and B. They were the last of her cousin's that she had not met yet. Eva and Baby B look so different in size right now, it's hard to believe that within a year or two they will just seem like they are the exact same age. O was so eager to love on Eva the whole weekend! My girl is never going to lack in the "loved" department.
I already wrote about how well she did at the wedding so I won't rehash that here. But I will say that all the partyin' must have worn her out since she and her cousin needed to have a nice Sunday afternoon nap together.
Nana and Papa took us half way to meet the Dude and we all had supper together. I'm quickly learning that Eva is much better at going out for lunch than for supper.