The dreaded trip home is over and went way better than expected. Sara doesn't really like to wait so our incredibly early arrival to the airport caused a little stress.
Overall, though, she did very well on the plane. Way better than I expected. She spent a lot of timing playing with her headphones and turning off the movie I was trying to watch. She stayed in her seat so I can't really complain.
Everyone in Atlanta was very nice and helpful. I let her run around the immigration office while they processed her paperwork. She'd been sitting so long. I figured she'd either charm them or annoy them. Either way, I hoped it would get us out quickly and she would be America's newest citizen.
We made it to our next gate about 5 minutes before boarding started. Perfect timing since she hates waiting.
We had the whole row to ourselves so I made her lay down as soon as the seatbelt light went out. She slept until we landed. Yay!
Some work friends, another RR family and my small group were there to meet us. My Mom even flew in. Sara was still pretty out of it. She looks scared to death in all the pictures.
Overall, it was a good day. No delays. We got all our luggage. No puking on the plane. A success!