I use that line as if I’ve read that book. But, at a loss to myself I’m sure, I haven’t. I’m using it as a reminder that I need to read Kerouac!
Despite that, the literal title is applicable yet again to my life. We are on the road and on the move once more. We are headed right back to where we came from only 7 months ago. 7 months that have gone, just like that, and included the birth of our second child, the 2nd birthday of our first child, nights at the soccer park, countless mornings at the pool and parks, lots of humidity, fun field sessions and intimate newborn sessions, a downtown family session of our own and one ER visit, hopefully the last!
It’s crazy, and a little bit sad, to be sitting here knowing that in just a few short days, we’ll be leaving this place, unsure of if we will be back. Leaving this place that is home to Evelyn, that is the place where we brought Theo home from the hospital, where we’ve fought and lived and loved our first couple years as a family. But that’s life, isn’t it? You grow up, you move on, you live life and you just roll with it. But that doesn’t mean I’ll forget the good times we’ve had here, and more importantly, the good people this place has brought into my life.
This move also brings the need for a shout out to Baltimore people to spread the word if you would be so kind. Anyone up that way that wants to have me shoot them, holler
Early Halloween pics. Got this idea from Mom*tog to do them before Halloween where I can control the location and light to make sure I get cute pictures in their costumes. Now if only my little man would learn to sit up on his own! Ev was having one trying to hold him up, he probably weighs almost as much as her