Cora's completely off schedule and doesn't sleep well at night currently, so Nat and I have been exhausted trying to deal with her, get over our own jet-lag and figure out our new surroundings.
While Nat's been busy at work with sales meetings all week, Cora and I've explored our neighborhood- finding the grocery stores, the bus stops and train station, a couple good little coffee shops (which without more than 4 hours in a row of sleep and without a coffee maker, these adorable coffee shops are a life saver!) and today we explored the nearby forest on our morning run.
Yesterday Cora and I took the bus to the Bern bus station then got on a train to Fribourg to see dad at work. Considering we haven't taken a bus or a train yet, this was quite an adventure! Tromping around and getting lost in a foreign country solo is one thing, but with a needy baby things get a little more complicated. Never thought I'd be running around getting lost in Europe worrying about little baby hands getting too cold or running out of formula or frantically looking all over for misplaced baby shoes which were pulled off in the middle of the train station ....
Overall though, I'm still pretty homesick and really miss my animals, but I know it will get better. And Tanner will hopefully be here in a month or so when Nat's parents come out to help with Cora's surgery (which is still not scheduled yet, but hopefully we will know more next week).
Off to the market now!
|Playing in the drapes again, urgh.|
|Our place is the top left attic. We have the 3 out of 4 pop out windows and the small balcony on the very end.|
|Cora is getting into EVERYTHING!|