We've lived in three nests (homes), the one we're living in now we built from the ground up.
We've made five babies (six if you count the one I miscarried, which I do) who are now 4 to 14 years old.
We've tried our best to laugh instead of cry when life has been hard, sad, or in between.
My mom gave us the gift of watching the nestlings for two days. We used some credit card points and went to the Montage Deer Valley. It was amazing. In the picture above we are in front of the fireplace in what the "husbird" called the living room, which is a huge, beautiful common area.
This is what we found when we checked into our room, such a meaningful, sweet touch.
The other side of the room, complete with a fireplace.
The first night we played some pool. I was awful at it, but the "husbird" wasn't half bad.
When we woke up the first morning it was snowing little tiny snowflakes and and it kept snowing all day long. At first we were disappointed it was bad weather but then we ended up loving it. It made our day feel so romantic. We ended up going to the spa. We sat in the steam room, sauna, and hot tub. Then we swam in the gorgeous lap pool. Then the "husbird" had the crazy idea to go swimming in the outdoor pool (94º), so we did, while it snowed on our heads. We were the only ones in the steaming pool. It was a super fun adventure.
Not sure why the "husbird" snapped a photo of me saying good night to the "nestlings"on the phone, but I like it because it shows how our room looked at night. We loved chilling/relaxing by the fire in the living room. We needed some interrupted time just to be together, no meals to make or faces to wash. I feel so blessed to spend my life with such a wonderful man.