Bailey and I left about 2:00 heading back to Mississippi and she had about twenty nine meltdowns on the way home and about three once we got home. I only stopped once and I was glad I did. I stopped at the rest stop right before we get off the interstate on the Mississippi side of the trip. Anyway, Bailey was so mad that she was having to follow the law and ride in her carseat that she had pitched such a fit that she was broken out into hives. Scared me at first, but once I got her calmed down they immediatly went away. I don't know when she'll learn that she will have to ride in that carseat no matter how mad she tries to get. She is feeling better and I can tell that, but I can also tell that she doesn't feel 100% better. She got up way early this morning (she's a true Whitehead) and Dad gave her the morning bottle and such. He said she coughed up a huge chunk of junk so I guess that's a good sign. I just feel bad for her and hope she turns the corner on this nastiness sooner rather than later.
And finally, I wanted to share mother's decorations. She does such a good job and I wish I had taken a picture of the table before I left today because she is already gearing up for Christmas! Part of the magic of holidays at my parents is the decorations because my mom just has that touch!
The dessert table! I bet Mom spent every bit of four days or better fixing up this table. See all that stuff under the glass of the table? It's pictures, pictures from all throughout Mother and Dad's courtship and wedding, pre-kids, pictures all throughout each of our childhood's and now pictures of all the grandkids, too! It was really neat. She made two fudge pies (I mean yum, yum, yummy! Nobody makes a fudge pie like my mama!) and a pecan pie. I don't think any of them or left a mere 24 hours later!