Last weekend my husband’s side of the family all got together for a weekend at the beach. Nate’s parents moved down to Arizona last January so we hadn’t seen Nate’s dad for about nine months. And yes, I did claim that I had given birth to his first grandchild in the time we hadn’t seen him because I’m hilarious like that. Enjoy this little photo dump with a few interjections.
It was such a great weekend full of laughter, good talks, and time enjoying nature. Nate and Stephen even took a little time out to “rescue” jellyfish. Does that remind anyone else of the starfish story
I felt super safe knowing that we had the evacuation route all figured out in case of a tsunami. Thanks for figuring it out, guys.
In Seaside, Sheli and I were discussing how neither of us ever find our names on touristy stuff. Of course, that led to us creating our names.
At sunset the first night I was in such a hurry to get down to the beach so Nate and I could be romantic.
See, isn’t this picture romantic? I kinda love my hubby a lot!
Aaron’s help with the fire was drawing the Ring of Safety. Apparently that’s what kept us all from burning up. Thanks a ton, Aaron! I’m glad I’m not burnt up.
My sister-in-law’s purty. And she’s really smart. And funny. And she’s single. Anyone want to date her? I’m accepting applications. 😉 (Sorry, Caitlin. Don’t hate me, please)
Aaron is going to have to learn to not ruin pictures. He now has a sister-in-law who likes taking pictures and isn’t opposed to sharing ones that people purposely ruin.
This is pretty much my favorite picture from the weekend. I have tons of pictures of Nate standing at the edge of a cliff looking over. I guess that’s one thing he learned from his dad.
All in all, it was a wonderful weekend. Let’s not wait another nine months until we’re all together again. Also, Mike and Sheli, you should move back. We don’t like you so far away.