Its been a big week for us. Brooks is done with Kindergarden! And we celebrated by going to the beach for the weekend.
Here’s our week . . .
Silas is into scrolls right now. He told me Dad would help him deliver these when he is 10. He wants to wait until he is older.
Silas really wanted me to take this shot. They are into bottom and eyeball jokes.
I made a soup we had in Morocco. Its was one of my favorite food memories of our trip.
Beach boys. They were on the top of the world.
He’ll take all the guac. Literally.
Food coma after the guac bowl, mid choo-choo.
Carmelized bacon. Thanks Ina!
Shishitos are back in action!
Discovering Thomas on his pajamas.
Grabbing a cup of coffee at 2:20pm. It was the first moment in the day that I had time to drink caffeine. Did you notice the wiggly boy in the picture?
Last day of Kindergarden. Silas reminds me of his dad.Last day of school selfie. This was the last time it was just these two. Silas has one of his famous scrolls.
Last Day Water party.
Silas made a rocket with a “museum stand.”
“Mom did you take a picture of me doing my trick?” I have no clue what the trick was but he did this move three times.
Trying to get Jonas to smile. We had another 2 hours until Dad would be getting home and I was going crazy. This was the first day of summer break. Also, I bought the brightest swim suit this year. It even glows in the dark.
Sunburst in my neighborhood on an evening walk.
A tinge of red in his curls thanks to the sunset.
First time to play at the beach. He was not interested in the water. He repeatedly said, “ouch! ouch!” when the waves hit his feet.
When is it my turn to be in the pool?
Where’s Jonas? He thought these were cars.
I tried to convince the boys to play dress up with me at the Historical Center but everyone was very interested in this game.
Eventually, I grabbed Jonas and dressed us both up as British soldiers.Jekyll Island Club family shot. We only wished we could’ve stayed here. We were just posing on the porch.
Checking out sea turtles.
Taking an ice cream break.
We met Plantation Oak. Best climbing tree ever. Its only 350 years old.
And this one is 150 years old.
The streets were beautiful!
We were really into the trees.
See you next week! Hope you enjoyed your Memorial Day Holiday!