I have been asked if it was much harder traveling with 2 kids than with 1. Well, yes and no. We had extra pairs of hands which certainly helped, but overall it wasn't as taxing as I expected. They both were great on the plane rides (a young consultant next to us on the return trip said we reestablished his faith in children) and with only an hour difference the schedules weren't too interrupted. We certainly wore them (and us) out because on the tram ride back to the remote parking lot Charlie fell asleep (at about 5:30pm) and didn't wake until 7 the next morning. Jason and I are still trying to catch up on sleep - of course we have been doing that for the last 3 years.
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