We have only a teensy-tiny shower, and no bath tub. So, Lucy bathes in this teensy-tiny tub that (barely) fits inside the shower. She actually seems to have more fun in there than in the big tub.
The first weekend we were here, it snowed a good bit. It's so pretty! But, then it rained and everything turned to nasty brown slush. It was pretty gross. It seems like the leftover snow from the blizzard is really starting to melt now, so maybe spring is coming soon?
There's a neat little cafe with sandwiches, coffee, and pastries that's about a ten minute walk from our house. It's SO yummy, and I've already been a few times. It's called The Biscuit, but they do not serve biscuits. And, Lou is home during the day, so having her around to help me and Lucy explore is pretty much the best thing I could've asked for, living in a new city.
We had to get our car registered in Massachusetts and get our new drivers' licenses. Massachusetts requires that your car pass inspection, to make sure nobody's driving around spewing nasty emissions into the air. Also, everybody has recycling, and there are recycling bins all over the city. When we were in Spanish Fort, we had to take all our recycling ourselves. Now, we don't even have to sort it! It's just like a second trash bin. I think some areas actually have mandatory recycling! So many things are different here. So far, we're really enjoying it. Visitors welcome. =)