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Today was beautiful. in. every. way. Kate did really well with the time change. She slept for 8 hours straight, ate and went back to sleep for 3 more hours. Us girls got up around 10 this morning and the dada didn't get up until a little after noon. That's right, twelve o'clock. Must be nice huh? He needed it and it was well deserved. He works so hard for our little family and needed those extra couple of hours. Since we totally missed breakfast we skipped right to lunch and enjoyed it in the backyard over yummy carmel mocha's. Those will make anyone feel better, right? After lunch we packed up the car and drove all of 4 minutes to Yorba Regional Park. It was just what we needed. Fresh air. Sunshine. Blue Skies. The smell of BBQ. Exercise. Good conversations with my husband. A sweet nap for Kate. An all around good time! We had our own BBQ in the backyard this evening. Made the best burgers in town. You could say that we are ready for Spring and it's sunshine. Sad to say good bye to the weekend. It was so nice having Chris home with us. Kate and I have a lot of things coming up to keep us busy so that will help the time pass. It's time I log off the machine and go snuggle my loves. Chris is in bed feeding Kate and hearing him talk and sing to her is melting my heart. Sweet dreams y'all.
Pretty Day

It's a bit hard trying to do a self-portrait of

three

Oh momma

I adore this
Peek-a-boo

This is pretty fun
wood ducks
crashed


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