Every once in a while in the fall on Long Island we get a surprise, an Indian Summer day. When this happens we take full advantage because the winters can be long, wet, cold and rough!
Not too bad for a day in November -68 degrees. So we headed to the beach, the Atlantic Ocean. It’s my favorite place to go on a mild day. Lots of sounds, breathtaking views, the smell of salt water in the air and lots of shells, beach glass and drift wood(for signs). My son Shane.
Amazing, just beautiful!
Entertainment for the whole family and it’s free!
Nothing like a little weekend volleyball game on the beach in November to relieve a little stress.
Me 6 months pregnant and it’s a boy. Another little boy, Shane is pretty excited as are we.
My son-the jumper. I guess it’s a phase but thank goodness for these sand drifts it wore him out! He slept good.
Some shells for the baby’s room, I am thinking a beachy cottage feel would be nice.
Hi there friends! It’s been a while since I opened up and shared some personal things about myself and since there are many new faces to my blog I thought this would be a great time to get reacquainted. I have written a few of these before so I will try not to be redundant. So…here are 1o things you never probably would have never guessed about me….
Hi friends! This is my last post of the year! It sounds crazy to say that, how can it be, another year come & gone? It’s been an incredible year, not without it’s trials though but I am grateful none the less. One of the MANY things I am grateful for this holiday season is my continued friendship with Long Island photographer Michele Kats. She is a creative genius and such a sweet soul. Every year I am blessed that she takes our holiday photos, for without her I am afraid I would be in not one single family shot. I am the one usually behind the camera, so it gives me a break and allows me to be in the moment with my boys.