Monday, February 20, 2012

I Never Mentioned...

We found a few months ago that Josh got accepted to Dartmouth College for grad school! Dartmouth (Tuck School of Business) has a really awesome MBA program and it was our very top choice of where we wanted to go, so we're really excited.
We moved to California when Bryn was about 6 weeks old, and I guess that's how it will be with this second baby, too. Baby #2 will come at the beginning of July and then we'll move back East in mid-August. If it's going to be crazy with a new baby, we might as well make it even more crazy with a cross-country move!

8 comments:

Tueller 3 said...

That is a beautiful picture of the campus! I am so excited for your new adventure(s)!

Karen said...

Moves and babies always seem to work out that way!! I hope all goes well with your transition. And, congratulations for getting your first pick!! That's wonderful. I believe you'll be in school for 2 years, right? School years with kids can be really great years. It will be a fun time for you to find all of the free/inexpensive activities with your 2 little ones.

HolliJo said...

Congratulations! So excited for you guys. Grad school is awesome!

JS said...

Congrats! And how lucky you are to have a souvenir or Huntington Beach... a little baby! You guys will do great! And what a fun adventure!

Emily Curfew said...

CONGRATS!!! We drove by this school during our new england trip a couple years ago, and i fell in love with this particular area. soooo beautiful!! i can not wait to see your new updates there!!!

Meghan said...

That's so exciting for your family!!! Congrats!

Diana Hulme said...

This is so embarrassing, I had to look at a map to see where you guys are going to be in relation to us and I was completely turned around...I have forgotten everything from grade school about geography, apparently! I guess New Hampshire is north of us by about 4.5 hours or so...we will have to make a trip to see you or vice versa at least once while we're both out here! :) Congrats again!

miss said...

Congratulations on getting into grad school, that's great! And good luck with leaving sunny California behind!