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Two Guys, A Gal and a Beach Place

The little man and I headed to the beach last Thursday, after deciding to take my 6-year-old nephew along as well. We were initially worried that he would get homesick, as he's never been away from mommie for that long or gone that far.

On the first night, after stopping at Burger King for lunch, McDonalds for ice cream, perusing a fun antique shop while they played checkers on the front porch, swimming in the pool and walking on the beach, I asked him if he was glad he came. His response, "Yep, I don't miss my mommie at all." I said, well, I'm the next best thing to your mommie anyway. Between the beach visits, walking along the sound, hours at the pool, seeing Up at the movies, pizza, boats, putt putt and visiting the aquarium, I don't think he was very homesick, what do you think?

BTW, I went to bed at 8:30 last night.


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  1. So, so sweet! What a fun, restful, relaxing time!!

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  2. Oh, they are so stinkin' cute!!

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  3. I am the luckiest "Nana" in the world to have such awesome grandsons!! But, they have some wonderful moms, too!
    Love each and every one of you!!!

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  4. awesome!!!! :) Great post Wendy :)

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  5. great pictures. love the collage!

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