Day 27: We almost got to the Farmer’s Market in Pasco, WA…

Saturday, June 22, 2013. Richland, WA.

We didn’t get far from home this week, but you can see we had many activities… Hazel slept a lot, Eliza was very busy, and we ate very well, with Sherry and John Ritger doing most of the cooking.

Eliza will happily play with anyone on the floor… she loves rough housing, playing with balls, and just rolling around.

We went to more swim lessons, Hazel slept a lot (always on someone’s chest) and Grandpa Ritger gave Hazel her first successful bottle.

When you have little ones, you have to be very flexible. Susie, both Grandmas, Eliza and Hazel set out this morning for the Farmer’s Market in Pasco… We had just crossed the Columbia River Bridge when Eliza let us know she had a very upset stomach. Grandma Holly grabbed the baby’s blanket to clean her up and Susie pulled over for a more complete job. We decided to turn around and head for home, as we didn’t have a change of clothes and we needed to clean the car seat. Cherries at the market would have to wait for another weekend. Baths all around and the kids were ready for naps.

About Holly Ritger

I am retired, enjoying being a grandmother, traveling to National Parks and other interesting places in our RV with my husband of 43 years, and visiting with friends and family. Hobbies: photography, learning about wildflowers and birds, and trees, and reading from my kindle.
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2 Responses to Day 27: We almost got to the Farmer’s Market in Pasco, WA…

  1. Frank & Ann says:

    Hazel looks like a little frog sleeping. You look absolutely in 7th Heaven!!! You look so happy!!!

    Love,
    Ann

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  2. Holly Ritger says:

    Hazel absolutely looks like a little frog when she sleeps like that… For some reason, John and I call it the “meatloaf” position but I like little frog better!

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