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That’s right, here in the southeast, there’s not always an easy flow from Spring to Summer. The days here get sunny and long, then hot! At times, it’s unbearably hot, yet we all just keep plugging away at life. Afterall, no matter the temperature outside, there’s still so much to do, to learn, ways to grow, and fun to have….with as much water play as possible!

Unfortunately, for me, the month didn’t start off feeling very summer-like, not with all the cold weather clothes still in the closets and about the house. Yet, eventually I did recover myself and my sanity, after a bit of lamenting about it here on the blog.

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Last month, I wrote a letter to my 30-year-old self (late) as part of the Carnival of Natural Parenting monthly share.

family, hun and i, just the two of us

Then, of course, there was talk about my adjustment to being pregnant this second time.

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Of course, there’s been more talk about pregnancy. Or shall I say, catching you all up a bit…

And other things I’d been seeing or doing.

sun, clothes, clothesline, drying,

I wrote my letter to Baby Boy  a little late for his 2nd birthday and growing so fast!

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Going to the lake (bump pictures included)!

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Also, a couple of book reviews happened.

Stay: Lessons My Dogs Taught Me About Life, Loss, and Grace – Book Review

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Twisting My Kaleidoscope – Book Review

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And a reflection on the tender moments of motherhood with Sinea of Ducks ‘n a Row.

sleeping, toddler, baby, growing, motherhood, parenting

So, tell me, how has your summer started off? What activities have you been doing lately? Do you have any goals for the summer months?

Summer is Upon Us – June 2015
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6 thoughts on “Summer is Upon Us – June 2015

  • July 6, 2015 at 12:39 pm
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    I am so happy for you! Lovely pictures and a sweet summary of the summer so far. I wish you the best.
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    • July 6, 2015 at 12:54 pm
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      Thank you, Charlotte! I can’t wait to see how things have been for you and your family lately 🙂

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    • July 6, 2015 at 10:50 pm
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      Yep, it’s been busy. There has been the requisite down time, which is loads of fun all it’s own, but necessary for growth and recharging. I can’t wait to share more of what we do over the summer months! 🙂

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  • July 7, 2015 at 6:11 pm
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    We waited so long for summer to start, and now we’re in the thick of it with summer camp and bug bites and more!
    What a fun recap, though. Definitely a lot of variety!
    Tamara recently posted…You Say Stop, I Say Go, Go, Go.My Profile

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    • July 7, 2015 at 7:26 pm
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      Baby Boy and I just got tons of bug bites yesterday while Hun mowed the lawn. I remember Girl Scout camp in the summer, that was always fun! 🙂

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