Sunday, June 29, 2014

Hilton Head

We had the pleasure of going to Hilton Head with Mark's parents a few weeks ago and had such an amazing time. We didn't think we were going to be able to get away this summer but last minute this opportunity arose and we jumped on it. I'm so thankful we were able to spend time together as a family of five before the new baby comes (just 6 weeks away....eeeeek!!!)



Honestly, there was a lot of resting, swimming, and just sitting in the sand. I didn't take my camera anywhere....I hardly took my purse anywhere. It was fabulous. Flip flops and bathing suits were the only attire, and we ate lots of yummy beach food.

I walked on the beach one night with the big girls while Stella went to bed early and realized how beautiful and peaceful it was, so we took them back the next night to try to get a few pictures, to prove that we did, in fact, go to the beach, and to document these beautiful girls growing up right before our eyes.


I got a few pictures of us swimming and doing random things on my phone but I'm glad we took the time to have a little mini photo shoot with the girls in some sweet sundresses. I'm such a sucker for sundresses.

If you look really close you can see that Annie gained a few freckles on the trip.


Lucy tanned all beautiful and bronze-like. Stella is somewhere in the middle. Not quite as fair as Annie but not the brown lady Lucy is either. I slathered them all in spf 50 every day but they still got pretty good tans.




To say they loved the beach would be a massive understatement. Adored. Discovered. Inhaled. I especially love how Stella just sat down and made herself at home every morning in the sand after we set up our chairs. She is my child.







They had a blast running around and splashing, discovering sea creatures, and getting their adorable sundresses all wet and sandy.

I just wanted to pause life. Right there.





The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
Psalm 19:1


3 comments:

Molly said...

What great pics and I want to pause life sometimes too! We WILL all plan a trip for next year!

Tori Kauffman said...

All those chubby toddler fingers digging in the sand/water got me. Ugh, delicious.

Anonymous said...

Happiness is a small child at the beach.