After church we did the same thing we do on the first day with all our visitors, a walk to Greenwich Park. We had a picnic and let the kids play and then it was early bedtime for the jet-lagged that night.
I can't recall the chronology of the the events thereafter, but we walked as much of the city as we could, ate at as many of our favorite restaurants as we could, attempted a "Dessert Crawl" for Sean's birthday, and stayed up late having good conversations. It was just as wonderful having them as I hoped it would be, and I'm sure if they didn't have kids and jobs and all that other stuff, they could have stayed twice as long and still not done everything we wanted to. It was also really fun for our kids to have Lori and Sean's undivided attention, and Lori and Sean were so generous with their attention and affection.
A smattering of photos:
After Lori and Sean left I slipped into quite a lonely funk, for which I had a brief reprieve when Adri and Charlie came, but then I went back into my cave (read: bed) for a few more weeks. I'm going to attribute it mostly to pregnancy hormones, but it is the reason for my months of hiatus from blogging and other social media. Hopefully now that I'm feeling myself again I can get caught up!