Wednesday we flew to Ohio, and Hunter did so great! He didn't cry or fuss at all on the flight or in the airport. Thank goodness! I was planning on wearing him through the airport, but we put him in the stroller, and he loved it! He had such a great time looking around at everything and everyone. Going through security wasn't as hard as I thought it would be. We just put our bags in the bins and put his bottles in a separate bin. I ended up bring one cold bottle that I heated up using a thermos right before we got to the airport, and then I pumped in the car since it was a morning flight and had that bottle for the airplane. So I had two bottles that went through security, and one of them had a chemical on it that TSA didn't like. So they told me that if I wanted to keep the bottle and milk (um, yes), then I had to wait for bomb control to come over and test it. So we waited. I had to get a full pat down, which was oh so fun, and they did a chemical test on my phone and other things inside my bag. Finally everything was cleared and we were able to go. It took about 10-15 minutes extra, but Hunter did great. He was seriously so content.
When we got out of the airport, he slept on the way to the trailer at the lake, and then he was up until 10pm. He stayed up until about 10 or 11 every night in Ohio, which wasn't great, but he slept until about 8am. I think he really had no clue what time zone he was in. Thursday we left the lake and drove back to Findlay, and he slept that whole time too, so he did pretty good on napping (for him away from daycare) those days. Friday he took a 1.5 hour nap, so that was great, too! Overall, it's going well in Ohio, and Hunter has gotten to meet his great grandparents, great aunts and uncles, and cousins. It's been fun!