Just as the rain has begun to taper off and P1 orientation is behind us, we discovered this week that we are moving back to the states.
^ that's a moment of silence for my sanity.
Really though, it's a good thing on so many levels. This is something I tell myself ad nauseam as I draft my international-relocation-with-small-kids checklist once again.
We've begun allowing for more (much needed) park days and strolls through the Botanics. This is a truly magical time of year to visit the second oldest botanic garden in Britain.
Every conversation is laced with anticipation for the upcoming season here in Edinburgh. Witnessing all that Fringe has to offer has long been at the top of my summer to-do list. But as of this week I'm once again reminded why I've conditioned myself not to get my hopes up too high for anything more than a month out.
Edinburgh is an absolutely unforgettable place and has treated us well.
Hopping from state to state, one country to the next... we've been in flux their whole lives. This is normal to them. I need to keep reminding myself that while they're small in stature, they're much stronger than I tend to give them credit for.