Seeker- Pacific Coast Highway

It is no coincidence that these tiny creatures arrive so squishy, sweet smelling and so incredibly cute. And by creatures I mean babies, toddlers, small children, MY children. If it weren't for thier spontaneous dancing in the kitchen, the "peeese Mummy," "what happy Mummy?" there glowing smiles and infectious giggles, kisses and hugs I'm not sure any of us would have made it to today. I am a mother of an (almost) two AND three year old and I may not be completely sane by the time they enter school. This I have come to accept. I have also accepted happiness, to live true to myself and to love and cherish my little family. I have an incredibly strong, intelligent and beautiful man by my side and I feel that we are living the life we were meant to live.This isnt a recent revelation or anything but one that feels important to share at the moment. What can I say? I have let go of others expectations and am grasping tight to my own image of success, love and the meaning of this crazy, fun and unpredictable life.
Something that we love to do as a family? Go to the beach. The babes can run and splash and really do whatever they please and its...awesome. Here again at our unknown name beach on the PCH, Ventura County. It is a seriously gorgious day today! Wish you were here to join us!
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  1. Really lovely pictures! They make me wish we were closer to a beach and remind me of how much my little one loves the ocean...

  2. So much fun, count myself as one of the lucky ones as I grew up running and playing on a beach. Love the smell of salt water and sound of the ocean.

  3. Oh I love this post. You expressed yourself beautifully and I can really relate.



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