The answer is…we all are! Well, except for Maria.Today was a great day at sea. The winds were 15 knots, the seas were 2-4 feet and the sky was blue as could be. The kids had a tinge of seasickness even with Saltines and Sprite in their bellies and motion sickness bands on their wrists.Not a whole lot to report today so this post is mostly just pictures. Here is a picture of Fort Lauderdale beach in the background from our stern.And here I am with Joellen while Camden was steering and Maria was running around the cockpit yelling “Barney dance!” Even though we have no tv, Maria is still obsessed with that purple dinosaur.When we were coming back into the channel, the cruise ships were all heading out to sea. Wow are these puppies big when they are moving and you are right next to them and your boat is the size of an ant in comparison. Pretty neat.I’ve had friends ask how we keep Maria still while we are doing important things like anchoring and docking. Well here is the answer. We put her in her portable Fisher Price high chair in the cockpit and feed her anything that will keep her entertained and quiet. Today she wanted milk and cheese, so milk and cheese she got. Our rule when anchoring and docking is that all kid hands, feet and hineys are plastered to the cockpit cushions.Today was another successful one of docking. Our dock slip is fairly narrow and Adagio has some wide hips. And did I mention the canal is tight with lots of boats with big anchors on the bows? Yikesers! But Marc is a docking champ and fits her in here like a glove. Here we all are celebrating sailing, maneuvering around cruise ships, docking and installing our new grill!!! (Our oven does not work well so a grill is a must.)Marc and Camden cooked up some burgers and dogs and the grill gets an A+ rating from us. This week we are busy finishing up projects so we can sail out of Fort Lauderdale and be on our way in the next 2 weeks hopefully.