Dylan took each new experience in stride. He was great on the airplanes and loved the train. He was playing too fast for the iPhone shutter speed!
I dropped him at daycare for a 'test' visit while I checked into the hotel and stocked the mini-fridge with food (no dinners out this trip). He did so well I even had time for a run along the bay:
Dylan was staying with the daycare provider we used when Noelle was little. The sitter was happy to have another one of our babies for a bit and Dylan loved playing with her and the other babies.
We never switched our sleep to the new time zone (3-3:30 am wake-up anyone?), but that was okay. I got to really enjoy some quality playtime with Dylan before heading to work each day.
The girls and I missed each other, of course, but they really missed Dylan. The kiddos had several Skype conversations where Alex and I were relegated to the role of camera holders.
The girls sang Dylan songs and pretended to tickle him. He pounded the computer a lot, much to their amusement.
Now we're home and rested; ready to start a 'normal' week.