Flying Home

Well we are on the way back home and all is going well on flight. I am not sure if it helps that everyone is exhausted, but it doesn't seem to be hurting at all. Trish is out, Noah fell asleep about 10 minutes into the flight, Joshua is watching his DVD player, and while I would like to sleep, I am afraid of dropping Noey.
The boys have done amazingly well on each of the flights. It was tougher with the layover and later initial flight as both of the boys were way overtired. Tip to self for future flights… They should always be early early morning flights. Trish and I were talking that in a way as Noey gets older it is going to be both a blessing and a curse for travel. He will have his own seat (


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  1. Hello frnds
    Flying Home” is a 32 bar AABA jazz composition most often associated with Lionel Hampton, written by Benny Goodman, Eddie DeLange, and Lionel Hampton. The song was reportedly developed around a tune Hampton whistled as he nervously waited for his first flight on an aircraft[1]. It was first recorded by the Benny Goodman Sextet in 1939 featuring solos by Hampton and Charlie Christian.
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