Having Jon home on vacation is exhausting!! We have been going nonstop since he’s been home. We’ve been to the beach a bunch of times, Maine, Provincetown, Newport, RI, parties, Gillette Stadium, school shopping at the mall and outlets a couple of times and out to eat too many times!! My legs and my credit card are exhausted. BUT he has to go back to work on Monday and I am going to miss him. No seriously, I LOVE having him around. He helps with the kids and loves to cook so that’s been a huge plus! I’ve been slacking on the housework because we’re never around and if we are, I’m too tired to do anything. I guess I can start on the cleaning and laundry on Monday. I can’t wait until he has another week off.
We made it to the end of Massachusetts with the girls this summer. This was something Chloe wanted to do all year. We started out at a beach in Sandwich and decided to get in the car and keep driving. We had a great dinner on the pier and then went to the other side of town to watch the sunset. This was my favorite day of the summer so far!
Enjoy Each Moment,
Chloe decided to go with a Christmas themed birthday party this year. I had so much fun with this one. It was probably the easiest party all season. I had all the decorations in the attic already. I made a turkey with all the sides instead of having Jon stand at the grill and we had Christmas music playing throughout the house. It was so much fun!!
By Tuesday night we decided that it would be a good idea to start doing nightly/daily walks with the kids to burn off the many calories we consume while Jon is on vacation.
This kid always smiles!
Daddy and Chloe making salsa
Yesterday we took our annual summer outing up to York Zoo. We’ve been going up here every summer since we moved up north 5 years ago.
I’m not sure if the deer weren’t hungry or just unfriendly but the girls couldn’t get them to come any closer.
The kids always want to go on a couple of rides so they always rush us through the zoo.
No trip would be complete without a stop at a penny candy shop.
Enjoy Each Moment,