End of Summer

by Mollie

We’re fitting in as many fun activities as possible before summer is over and we get into our busy fall routine!

Everything from eating lunch at our favorite local sandwich place, to slip-n-sliding in the sun, to hanging out with Aunt Jamie while she works at Anthro (still can’t believe she let my kids color at an $800 table).

Of course we are making good use of our year pass at the Santa Barbara Zoo!

Plenty of watermelon… and a trip to the Ikea showroom with the Aunties.

Personally I’m hoping for a few more beach days, now that the sun comes out on a regular basis!  It was a really foggy summer here!

5 Responses to “End of Summer”

  1. Grandma Julie says:

    Oh what fun memories. I wonder if I would break my neck playing slip ‘n slide, I’d like to try not to with Nata and Ben. That Ikea trip was the day of Emily’s wedding, how fun. These are the good old days!

  2. Gpa &Gma Wilkie says:

    Mollie, you do such a beautiful job with the blog! The pictures are so much fun, and the children are having such a great time. Thanks so much! Now that we’re on Facebook, I don’t check it as often, but we like it just as much! And of course, it’s not the same as FB. You and Andy are doing such a good job with the children. Love to you all.

  3. Hillary says:

    how do you get your pictures so big? Is it because you use a different blog server than me…or would you be able to explain it for me to change my pics?…also Ben is too adorable! I love all of his facial expressions!

  4. Mom says:

    Such great pictures!! Thanks for posting. It seems so many of Ben’s pictures focus around food 🙂 And his hair seems so blond. Strawberry blond? 😉

    I’m loving the little freckles on Natalie’s nose. They make me happy.

    Looks like y’all are having a great summer. Hope to see you soon.

    Love to all!

  5. Jennifer says:

    Great pictures Mollie! It looks like the kids (and you!) had a great summer and really made the most of it. Looking forward to the next post as always! 🙂

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