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Well hello there..

August is here and almost gone and we are just getting home.

The first week was one that I was so looking forward & dreading at the same time.

Chris and I slipped away to Cabo San Lucas...

 just the two of us..

Missed our babies like crazy but I will say that I didn't cry, not once! (thanks to our Skype dates!)

 We ate our little hearts out, drank all the yummy drinks, napped, slept, enjoyed actual conversations without having to shhh babies and  napped some more.

After a few days of arriving back in the States, we packed up the kids and flew to Seattle for a week.

We went to visit Chris' grandparents and went knowing there's a very good chance that it would be our last visit with them. Our time with them was so good, we soaked in every minute, conversation and hug.
We also got to spend a lot of time with his aunt and uncle and cousins. Love them all so much!

 We also celebrated my man who turned 31 on the 18th!

This month has been a blessing.
We got to see so many beautiful sights & spend time with those we miss and love dearly.

After all that, I'm ready for a vacation from our vacations.


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