Monday, June 11, 2012

Weekend Sun

This weekend we drove up to Wingaersheek Beach, and it was beautiful. There has been a lot of rain
this last week so when we saw that Saturday was going to be warm we knew what we wanted to do.
The beach was great for children because the water was so shallow. 
it was a lot of fun driving to a beach and then driving back home.
We also got to see Rockport another beautiful place, but that will have to come later. 








10 comments:

Kim Kendall said...

Such a lovely family. You all through your pictures are so crazy about your Daxton that it is always such a pleasure to see the interaction. And, Daxton is such a happy little boy. Both of you seem to have come from a close and caring family that it reflects in your own relationship with each other and your little boy.

makana hansen said...

Pretty pretty pretty! I am glad you are having some fun in the sun over there!

Tina said...

Shelby, you always look so stylish! Love the hat and beach outfit! Seriously. I'm so glad you guys are getting to experience so many wonderful things out there! I'm seriously so sad that I won't see you at Grandma's funeral. Love you lots and lots!!!

JDizzle said...

Ahh that is so cool that you have a beach so close. I forgot about that great benefit. Cute photos!

Cassidy and Daniel Stephens said...

aah the beach how fun.. I bet you guys are loving the time to explore. Cute photos

Cassidy and Daniel Stephens said...

aah the beach how fun.. I bet you guys are loving the time to explore. Cute photos

McKay said...

I've always wanted to see the New England Coast - gee, guess we'll just have to visit.

Ashley said...

i need to be there asap! how beautiful! and look at your cute preggo belly :) !!!

Mariana said...

Oh, we were on the beach this past weekend, too! :) It was beautiful.

It looks like you had fun...

Barbara said...

Your pics always make me smile! I look forward to more beach time in my life - grew up on the California Coast. It's so hot in the Texas summers we're grateful just to have a pool!

So sorry to hear about your Grandma, Shelby, but what a wonderful tribute to her life.