Around Here: Summer

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try this web-site Well, it’s officially summer and the kids have been doing just about everything. From searching through a bowl of Lucky Charms for marshmallows to feed to your one-year-old brother to dressing up in a toilet paper gown to finding joy in doing dishes (YAY!), we’ve been trying to keep busy. It’s going to be an interesting sugar-filled, park-going, bath-loving summer!

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Night at the beach

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After many nights of restlessness, summerness, and just all around boredom (really?!), we decided to take a quick trip to the beach for dinner. We packed up Daddy’s new go-to grill and some meat and ended up on a perfect flat spot. Doheny/Capo Beach… we will be back for night time din-din’s.

check over here The weird thing is–We go here about every other day. Why not dinner?! I need to think about spots like parks, beaches, pools, etc. that we normally do during the day. Ahhh… next summer there may be a plan in place!

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Three Cheers

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rencontre géolocalisée 1. Summer–It officially started this week! While I type this, I can hear kids laughin’ and smell weinies cookin’. I wish Blakey wasn’t sick so we could enjoy it a little more. I’m starting to get a sniffle too.. No!

2. Graduation–My cousin Bryan graduated high school and has been accepted to the University of Miami on a partial scholarship for Engineering. Wow. To say I’m proud is an understatement. Congrats Bryan! (He’s in the pic with the white tie.. sharp!)

3. Adam and Carrie–Friends of ours are expecting their first babes. So neat to share in this experience with them!