Our beach trip to Edisto, SC started in March but ended in early April. This is a rare family photo with all four human members of our family. I love it. So much so that it is the picture Adam and I chose for our anniversary book this year.
Meet baby blue eyes.
She started with the inflatables.
Corah loves prunes. I thought the mass consuption of prunes would help her constipation, but I was wrong. She makes the cutest little "mum mum" noises when she thinks something tastes good. She nearly lost her mind when I let her taste my homemade peach preserves on buttered toast.
I think she'd be even happier if that brown mess was chocolate related, but she's pleased as punch with prunes.
Ahh...back to Edisto for a few pictures. These are actually of the beginning of the week.
Mops enjoyed playing at the beach with Kenly.
Everyone is smiling. Oh Corah, you have us all smiling.
I think she was so relaxed that she could have fallen asleep on the ottoman.
This is our new baby. This is Cielo. The answer to a major prayer. The whole family, including Chance, can ride together. The bonus is that there is room for all the stuff that we seem to require these days.
I love Corah's surprised look in this picture. Kenly must have shocked her. There were plenty of giggles this afternoon.
The sundeck was a great place to watch the sunrise. Most mornings Corah and I slept through the sunrise, but Kenly and Adam were almost always up. Nana and Papa got up one morning to watch too. the photos that Adam captured are pure magic. I will love them for the rest of my life.
Nana enjoyed feeding Corah some rice cereal. Corah was highly enthusiastic about eating "real" food. I love watching Nana feed Corah too. She opens her mouth with every bite she feeds Corah. I know I do this too.
Kenly and Corah opened an Easter basket from Nana and Papa while at the beach. Kenly got this super cool shirt.
Me and grandma.
Adam watched Corah while I took my family on a ride in Cielo. When we came back, this is how I found the two of them. Corah is not one to snuggle very often, so Adam was soaking up every second of this opportunity.
Grandma did a bit of shell collecting as well.