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Summertime Favorites at this week’s Sunday Social

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Sunday Social

Linking up for today’sĀ Sunday Social!

Here are today’s questions/answers:

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Funny Faces

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I mentioned in a post earlier this week that parents often get too caught up in trying to get their kids to smile. These are some of my favorite silly pics from our recent park trip šŸ™‚

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Discovering Sand–First Beach Day Ever

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Baby boy’s first beach day ever! I love this shot–it captures the sand falling through hubby’s fingers and baby’s awestruck expression. We had the BEST day last weekend!

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Bucket List Checkmark–Sea Kayaking

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Two items down, hooray!!!

Sea Kayaking through Florida Mangroves

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Printable Frame Mother’s Day Gift

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Okay, so Mother’s Day is still about a month away (12 May–mark your calendars!!!), but these things tend to sneak up on you. Plus it’s my first Mother’s Day as a Mom so I’m super duper excited!!!

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I’m trying my hand at creating my own clipart and thought it would be fun to whip up a printable with this cute cartoon house I made. You like?!

Home is where your Mom is--Printable Frame Mother's Day Gift

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Playing Peek-a-boo

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Playing Peekaboo by Lime Lane Love

 

 

Baby boy recently turned 7 months old and he’s really getting interested in the idea of object permanence. I love how it fascinates him to hide his toys and watch them reappear again and again! It never fails to make him smile which makes everyone else smile too šŸ™‚

I wanted to capture some of this on camera.

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10 Easy Earth Day Activities

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Earth Day is April 22!

Need some ideas to celebrate? Here’s a round-up of some easy and kid friendly Earth Day activities:

1. Go on a walk–hiking through the woods would be great! But getting fresh air in general would be helpful.

2. Go on a nature scavenger hunt! Using a free printable checklist like this one from How to Nest for Less makes this idea easy and fun!

 

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