Thursday, January 03, 2008

We made it.

The flight was fine when KayTar wasn't screaming, flailing, or attempting to bite me.

KayTar was temorarily possessed by a small banshee extremely in touch with her two year old side.

The wedding was beautiful and totally overwhelming for KayTar from start to finish.

The kids were emotional wrecks incredibly cute when they weren't screaming or crying.

The ceremony was lovely or so it appears from the photos, I was inside with KayTar who had reached critical mass before it ever began.

Having all of that out of the way is priceless.

Stories and photos forthcoming.



25 comments:

jen said...

oh babe. you made it. good for you. but now you need a vacation all to yourself.

painted maypole said...

oh. glad you made it. and good for you for seeing the humor and the bright side.

Tammi said...

Poor Kaytar. Poor Kyla.
That's it. I got nothin' else.
But, that says it all.

Here's hoping the rest of the trip is more relaxing for both of you.

nomotherearth said...

Poor, poor Kaytar!

Bubtar looks very dapper, though.

Family Adventure said...

I hope KayTar is back to herself again now.

They do look cute, though.

Heidi

ewe are here said...

Oh dear.

Well, as PM said, at least you have a sense of humor about it.

I hope your trip home isn't as traumatic.

motherbumper said...

Oh yes, that "inner" two year old - getting in touch with that during social situations is extremely important for most kids. Well at least they both looked fashionable.

I'm just happy that you made it. And you know that I feel for you on that flight, I've taken too many of "those" flights myself.

Julie Pippert said...

You made it. It's behind you. You survived. Sounds challenging but...I bet from over here a little funny. In that BTDT I understand sort of way, I mean, LOL.

And I am sure you all looked mah-velous.

Can't wait to hear and see the rest of the stories.

Hang in there and hopefully you get some relaxation time in there, somewhere.

Beck said...

Oh, they look so cute! And there's nothing more fun then being the parent of the unhappy 2 year old at a wedding, is there?

slouching mom said...

they DO look cute. there's that to comfort you, right?

hang in there, babe.

~aj~ said...

Oh wow. Can we get a big "Hallelujuah!" that it's all over now? :)

Kristin said...

Um, well at least they look cute.

Hetha said...

I'm so glad you were able to go, and the kids look so sweet. Bubtar looks so much like his dad as it is, then you put him in a grown up outfit and it's just incredible! Take care!!

Mimi said...

Oh god, Kyla. What an ... adventure? Sounds like a real endurance event. I wish I was there to spell you off with the kids ...

Mad Hatter said...

Ah yes, the dual stories. How we occupy those dual stories during MAJOR EVENTS.

flutter said...

They look so adorable, and i am so so sorry that I have to miss you guys :(

I don't want to further infect the delicate tars. I am so bummed out.

Janet said...

They clean up nice. The inner two-year-old doesn't come through in the pictures. ;)

Lisa b said...

but damn, they still look cute!

natalie said...

Sometimes the two year old side SUCKS.

On the other hand, I am so glad you made it. Can't wait to hear details.

NotSoSage said...

Oh, no...I didn't even bother checking because I was sure you'd be off.

But I'm glad you made it...even if you only get to see the photos of the wedding. And KayTar and BubTar both look totally smashing in their little outfits.

Aliki2006 said...

Well, it's done and it's behind you now. I hope things look up...you deserve it.

carrie said...

Your grace and bravery astounds me.

Katie said...

ACK! How did I miss you were still blogging?

I feel your pain on the wedding, Lulu and I spend any big event in a similar manner-remind me to tell you how we left the memorial service.

Junie's Blog said...

Oy, sounds exhausting! I think you will need a vacation from this vacation.

Oh, The Joys said...

Just catching up... the photos are great. I bet it was tough though!