Emmy was personally escorted to my office in Midtown Atlanta by jenerally just in time to join me for lunch.
When it was time to head home, I made sure to keep Emmy quite safe. Atlanta traffic can be crazy.
After we got home, we decided to treat Emmy to an Atlanta institution: The Varsity!
Whaddya have whaddya have! Emmy got her very own Varsity hat…
…and enjoyed some greasy delicious burgers and fries!
After dinner, Emmy enjoyed a little iPad time with Cole before everyone headed to bed.
Emmy got to stay among her own kind in our china cabinet for a couple of days, after hanging out with my grandmother’s china that I had just received.
That weekend we traveled to Alabama for Cannon’s first birthday party! I was so worried about being a cod dropper that I didn’t even take Emmy out of the car for the party, but she did get to enjoy a delicious cupcake at the hotel later that evening.
The next morning, we enjoyed a dip in the pool.
The cupcake from the night before went straight to Emmy’s hips….
So we busted out a few power moves in the gym before heading to breakfast.
And who doesn’t love a nice continental breakfast spread? Emmy certainly does. After breakfast we had some time to kill, so what did we do? BoSh!
Then we practiced our duckface selfies. Emmy’s is the best.
Sunday was Cannon’s actual birthday, so we took Emmy to our favorite place to eat in Birmingham. Cafe on Main!
(Emmy likes to eat. I don’t know where she puts it.)
We took Emmy to Chick-Fil-A with us on Monday evening, and she enjoyed playing on the playground with Cole and Cannon.
Later that night Emmy helped me with bathtime and crocheted a scarf.
The next morning, Emmy wanted to wake the boys up herself since it would be her last day with us.
Emmy accompanied me to work so she could continue her Georgia adventure. She made a new friend before she left, since it was almost Talk Like A Pirate Day.
We enjoyed having Emmy around! I hope she has had a great trip since her visit to Lawrenceville, Birmingham, and Atlanta!