I say it was a "beach moment" flashback because one evening we went to a neighboring beach community (Rosemary Beach) and played in their fountains. It's a family tradition and I wondered if Megan would be scared.... silly concern.
Drenched and loving it...
notice that it's getting dark and Megan is one of the only ones left running around out there.
Then when the raft got taken out on the waves, Granddad was there to keep her company. Megan is telling him all about what's going on.
Boogie board babe..
Yeah, assuming you are noting the foot in the grocery bag. That's how I got to our beach spot and kept sand out of my beloved book. Fortunately our house was on the beach and not very far from the water at all so it wasn't a bad walk. I so know I see a sandbox in our future. Maybe I'll find out at the consignment sale I'm heading to tomorrow morning.
Our last night we went a little past Grayton Beach to a place called Elmo's. It's extremely family friendly and decorated with lots of - yeah you guessed it - Elmo's.
It was really hard to get a shot of all the grandkids together. Note the really cute matching dresses that Megan and Anna have on. I'm proud they were part of my summer sewing projects and turned out to be absolutely adorable.
Can you tell Megan had fun on Elmo's famous tire swing horse. It's always a hit with every kid that walks into the place. Megan was ready to ride off into the sunset.
And now we are back. It was such a great trip. Megan loved the beach - every aspect of it from the sand to the waves so we are already looking forward to our next trip.