Our California Spring Break.

I am finally getting our Spring Break photos up to share! My parents have a new house out in California so we decided somewhat last minute to head out there for a week! 


Delicious restaurants, beach days, long walks, 
Disneyland, Universal, late night movie nights and games around the 
table. It was such a sweet time out there. 
My mom had the cutest name pillows on each of the kiddos beds- adorable! 
The kids LOVED that.
The sweetest sisters.
I told my mom, this is the first time out to their new house in Cali but it instantly felt like home. Name pillows, old family quilts, sunshine nooks that remind me of my childhood. #heaven ☀️☀️☀️
I love telling her the story of “her”. How we waited and longed for her and I knew in my heart she was meant to be, I just had to figure out the path to get there. The fight to get to her.
At night I’ll whisper her story , tracing her eyelashes with my fingers and telling her my words, her story: my rainbow baby 🌈✨🌟
The weather was of course amazing. We loved walking down to the beach and then having lunch over at the Montage- there was huge grassy area and the kids were in heaven playing! 
I actually cried all the way back to the airport because that sweet intentional time is SO my heartbeat. 
The hustle and bustle of school and hw and kids activities ( which we really try hard to keep balanced)- but there is just nothing like a week of straight sweet family time! 
Meemee and Poppie! 
The best week! So thankful.


March 30, 2019


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