The summer squeaked by with only one trip to the shore. We couldn’t let that happen before the cold weather rolls in. So we packed up the car and headed to the coast. September is my favorite time to be at the beach…the crowds are gone and the weather is perfect.
Natalia is my little foodie. She tries everything and has a diverse palate. She really enjoys her food…so much that she will dance when she is eating.
Gavin has great plans to construct his own version of New York City’s Museum of Natural History.
See that…no one around…it is glorious.
My little foodie’s first time touching the Atlantic Ocean. Her response: “No, no, no.” and ran away in fear.
FYI…he is being a dinosaur.
I love hand holding.
This image is blurry and technically deficient but I love it because she is running to me while saying “I love you.” and capped it with a big hug.
I love structure in a natural environment. The color alone makes it all so interesting to me.
Even though we don’t have the west setting sun over the ocean like the west coast, however, these little pools of water still let me capture the light.
Love having this little one constantly at my feet.
It seems like just yesterday we were a family of three and Gavin was only two and a half years old. This session was my first blog post. They are still some of my favorite images of them together to date. Some have been bought by a number of companies for advertising purposes. It’s hard to believe that Gavin is so much bigger now.
tMy sweet son…he said this message says: I love spending time with you Mommy. Heart strings pulled.
Two of my favorite images from the day…snug as a bug in a rug. To be that little again.
After some time on the beach we hit the Ocean City Boardwalk…just in time for the sun to set.
Every once in awhile I am able to get myself into the shot too.
She looks so little next to this giant arcade.
Unfortunately, the rides were closed for the day but we were still able to keep our tradition of hitting the photo booth. Natalia was a bit perplexed by what was happening.
To cap off the day, we were blessed with a gorgeous sky.
Until next year Jersey Shore.