I’m happy to be sharing Part 2 of our lovely trip to Cape Town, South Africa! This second part has even more photos than Part 1, but it also includes some of our favorite parts of our week-long trip.
Happy Friday, friends! Jordan and I are just returning from an amazing week in Cape Town, South Africa. That means there are a ton of highlights from the past week, but it will take me a few days to edit my photos and share everything. Look out for all of the details next week.
For now, we’re excited to be back home with Jameson, and here are a few things worth sharing…
Since the time when he was old enough to eat solids, we’ve been giving Jameson these little pouches of puréed mixed fruit and vegetables or ones with yogurt (which are really his jam).
And the pouches have always been an easy way for him to get a snack, both quickly and with little mess. We’ve got the pouches on automatic refill through Amazon, and a supply just shows up on the first of each month.
But lately, the pouches have become a thing. Not a thing for Jameson, but a thing for me. What was once just a quick snack in my mind has turned into much more. Nowadays, I’ll screw off the top of the pouch, hand it to Jameson, and he’ll hold it with his two little grubby hands and look up at me with Puss & Boots eyes, and I am pretty much reduced to a puddle of emotional mess.
Jordan loves to tell people he lives a tortured life as an “Instagram Husband,” which essentially means he’s forced to take more photos than he’d like, and he has to wait three minutes after his food arrives while I take photos to document the moment. Yes, I’m sure you’re all feeling a lot of pity for him. Does anyone else hear the violins??
It’s not all doom and gloom for Jordan — I’d been looking to get him something nice to let him know how much I appreciate him, not just for the photography moments he endures, but for all of the time he pours into being a great husband, father, friend, and pastor. I’m happy to report, I think I found the perfect thing: a cool wood watch.