September, in a nutshell.

When you’re trying to catch up on over a month’s worth of photos, the condensed version seems preferable. Grandma Gibbs is coming tomorrow night and I know that if I don’t get these up now, I will end up with so many photos to upload that I just won’t bother.

So: what happened in September?

School started up again.

First day of school.

Then it stopped for Labor Day weekend, which was awesome and which meant that we got to take a little trip to the Navarre sprinkler park.

At the Navarre sprinkler park.

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Then we did some swinging.

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And some squirming.

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And had snow-cones.

Snow cones.

Which are delicious.

Bea's first taste.

Mmmm.

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Then we went home and ran around outside. Little Bea is such a good walker these days.

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Later in September, husband and I watched Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Then we made sushi (twice).

Sushi dinner!

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Camilla started ballet class. Saying that she was excited is sort of an understatement.

First day of ballet.

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Our friend Max has continued to come over once a week. One Friday we made carrot cupcakes together.

Making cupcakes with Max.

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The blazing hot weather continued so we played a lot in the sprinkler.

Sprinkler time.

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Grandma Gibbs continued to send us fun surprises like these balloons.

Balloons from grandma.

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Also, a certain baby’s bangs got long enough to make “the sprout.”

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Cousin Annie, very pregnant Aunt Hilary, and very game Uncle Tim came to play on our slip & slide.

Slip & slide with Annie.

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With all that fun going on, can you see why there was no time for blogging?

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