Sadly, the answer was no and still is. But we've been enjoying being in our house, getting it cleaned, organized, and how we like it, and spending time getting to know what and who is in our neighborhood. Turns out it's lots of very nice people who also have dogs that bark at the front windows whenever someone walks by.
With me nearing my due-date, travel will continue to shrink to places that aren't very far from the hospital. But with summer quickly approaching, the door to a lot more activities has suddenly been opened.
Until then, here's what we're been up to...
Ever growing, ever changing.
...Into Spider Man!
Being very Spider-y.
At the end of May, Jacob and I celebrated our fourth wedding anniversary and took advantage of my parents visiting to have a date night. It wasn't anything outlandish or fancy, we just did what we both like to do. The best part of any date night is the ease in which we transform into just two people who enjoy spending time together; not husband and wife, not mother and father. Just Jacob and Breanne who wouldn't want to spend time with anyone else.
Two Moon Park. With all the snow we got - and all the rain we had been getting - we knew the river would be pretty high and wanted to check it out. The grass poking up in the distance used to be an island.
The Staggering Ox. They have this salad - SOB (Salad of Billings) - that I actually crave, and not just when I'm pregnant. And everyone I know who tries it says it's the best thing ever. But their true claim to fame is what Jacob had - a sandwich in their trademarked can-looking bread that is much easier to eat than you'd think.
We walked a little ways before my weariness and craving for frozen yogurt took over.
From there we went to Cherry Berry for fro-yo and took the long way home. We got back just in time to say goodnight to Zoey so it was an all-around successful evening.
Going through the pictures later, I realized Jacob and I have worn these outfits before. Oh, this picture makes me laugh! (And wow do we need to go clothes shopping!)
(July 2009 and May 2014)