This morning Cameron woke up, walked Isis, brought us back some breakfast from the dining area, and then left to go to the housing appointment. While he was gone, I dressed the girls and gave them a breakfast of champions:
It was raining outside and besides, we couldn't leave Isis by herself (hotel rules), so we all just chilled and watched some cartoons while we waited for Daddy to return:
Odette: "Mirror, Mirror on the wall...who is the fairest one and a half year old of all?"
Mirror: "T'would be thou if thou had'st left thine headband on, but as thou art, t'will be another until said piece you finally don."
Trying on Daddy's gear:
When Daddy got back to the hotel, it was still raining and we couldn't move in until 1:30 pm anyway, so he got us some lunch and then we just chilled for the next little while:
1:30 finally rolled around and we rolled out! Here is a very beautiful bridge that greeted us as we made our way into the Fort Benning military installation:
I thought we were going to go right to our house and start moving in, but I guess there was still more paperwork to fill out. The girls napped while we waited for Cameron to be done with all of the formalities:
When Alegria woke up, she thought this was our new house (it's the Housing Welcome Center, sorry!):
Drumroll, please! This is our neighborhood/street...
And this is our "new Georgia house!!!" (As Alegria calls it!) :)
First to enter:
First to explore:
Hallway (with two large/wide closets and one regular-sized one):
Living room and dining room:
Mud/wash room (with veiw of the neighbor's house):
I had bought Isis a bed while Cameron was deployed so that she wouldn't have to sleep on the cold, hard ground, but after she tore it all up, I tossed it and she hadn't had one since. Cameron bought her a new one since she'll have to stay indoors until we can get a fence put up...it took some coaxing for her to finally accept her bed:
She decided it was comfy:
Alegria got to choose her room first and took the one closest to the master bedroom:
Going for a walk on the front lawn:
We worked as much as we could between play time with the girls...and in the process met quite a few neighbors who stopped by to say hello and introduce themselves. We may just like this on-post living thing. :)
After all of our travels, it was nice for the girls to finally have a warm bath. They were happy to get all cleaned up and to see their bath toys that had been put away for a few long days!
Once the girls were in bed, Cameron and I continued to unload the truck...one of the critical things to unload being our bedroom furniture...can't wait to sleep on our awesome new Tempurpedic bed! Oh, how we've missed you!!! :)
And that was our day!