When Anja and Duff moved to Boston, they took their ancient “college car” (which had preciously been Samantha’s “college car”) with them, but quickly realized that it would be nearly impossible, or at least not economically feasible, to get it inspected to meet Massachusetts standards. They also realized that with a brand new baby – and future trips to Pennsylvania and Mississippi – it was finally time to buy a new car. So they did – but parking regulations in their new home would not allow for more than one car. And Sammy kind of wanted her old car back. Which meant we had to get it before the temporary parking pass ran out in Boston.
So Tina took the night train, from Harrisburg to Philadelphia and then another train to Boston. (Which was not so bad – however, the train was surprisingly full and only aisle seats were available.)
We had a great weekend together in Boston and Tina got to babysit Leif for nearly 4 hours on Sunday. This was a rather easy task, as Leif seemed to think that everything Tina said was just funny.
We went for long walks each day, the weather was absolutely gorgeous and we even got to visit Duff’s new office at MIT. Leif was just the happiest baby the entire time.