"Aunt Tiffany" and "Uncle Creed" were so excited to meet Noah, as was their daughter Madi. She gave him this huge gift.
One night, Tiff insisted that we do a craft. Since I love crafts almost as much as I love board games, I jumped at the chance. Our friend Crescent, whose husband is also a UB Dental grad, joined us, and it was great to see her!
Tiff and I did a lot of what we do best: EATING. I love this girl, and I think we both look so lovely in this photo.
The guys carried the babies, thank heaven.
We had a little too much fun taking these "Pride Rock" photos. We were all laughing and singing "The Circle of Life."
Ryan had to get back to Denver to work, so he drove home, and I stayed a few more days. Tiff and I hung out during the day with our kids, and at night, we went out on the town together, just like the old days--shopping and to dinner one night and then to a movie the next. It was wonderful! I miss my kindred spirits from our years in Buffalo.
Noah took his first plane trip to get home. He was an angel and slept the entire way.