Road Trippin’

Bags packed ✔️

Truck gassed up ✔️

Tablet charged ✔️

Snacks packed ✔️

Mental prepared 🥴

Alright, let’s go!

Road tripping with three babies for the first time was not that fun, lol, but it is so rewarding once you reach your destination. The drive is long and the questions never seem to stop. 

In the words of Zaiden and Zo:

•Are we there yet?

•My body is making me feel like I need to watch something. Can I watch my tablet now?

•I’m hungry, do you have any food? 

•Mommy, I want my baby shark…
•I need to use the bathroom, can we stop? 

•Can I have more snacks?  

•I miss my toys, can we go home? 

•Can I have something else? 

And the list goes on.

The baby cries and I find myself spending more time climbing back and forth between the passenger seat and the back seat to assist; it’s crazy, but it’s so worth it! Once we got to our destination the troubles of road-trippin’ are behind us & new memories are made! 
I feel like that about a lot of things in my life. You go through this terribly long and drawn-out process and then you get through it and it feels so good! So damn good!

And it was completely worth it! What you get on the other side was worth the journey!

Road trippin’ for me is wild, but my kids get to experience some pretty cool things and I’m thankful for that. I’m positive the entire family enjoys the new experiences our road trips bring!

So, as for this road trip, Dallas was a success! The food was amazing! The weather was great! The love we received was just what my soul had been longing for! Connecting with friends & family was such a blessing! 
Another 7 hours in the car was ahead of us and we made it. Thankfully.

Again, road-trippin’ ain’t easy, but it’s so worth it! I can’t wait for the next one and what joy it’ll bring! 

Love, Janelle 

 

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