Finishing Up Summer

We enjoyed every bit of summer we had!  I am sad to have it come to an end, but thankful we enjoyed it so much.  It ended up being a very relaxing and fun summer.  I feel so refreshed.  We had lots of time relaxing and I loved being with my kids and being able to do fun things.

We finally made it to the Regional Park and were joined by friends.  The kids had a blast.  Ethan and Jonathan were on the slides all day and the other kids had fun in the sand and water.

The kids love it when friends come over to swim.

We went to a place called Romp-O-Rama in Corona and the kids had such a blast.  Alayna actually says this was one of her favorite things we did all summer.  It's like a big indoor playground, and it also has a ball room, a pretend city area and a huge play structure.  It costs $10.00 per kid for 2 hours, and it was definitely worth it.

Lots of reading with these two.....

It took us most of the summer, but we finally were able to have the cousins over to swim :)

Evening/night swimming is a huge hit for the kids.

Enjoying the spa after a few long days.....

We got in another beach day at our favorite Newport Beach.  We had a fantastic day :)

Everett was saying he was boogie boarding, which was adorable.  He was just laying on this little boogie board in the sand while the water went up around him.

Ethan had the best time digging this giant hole.

I took the kids raspberry picking in Oak Glen at Snowline.  We also enjoyed some apple cider donuts and apple cider slushies.... yum yum.

My creative Alayna playing with her food, lol. 

Matt and I got to sneak away for a little dinner date.  We went to The State in Redlands.

And now we are back to the grind!  What a blessed and wonderful summer this was :)  I am thankful.


Kelly said…
I think that swimming pool was your best purchase in years!! Ethan has looked so tall in pictures lately. Those pictures made that romp o' rama look awesome!! I bet weekends are super busy...hmmmm...:(

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