Well friends, I must admit...my determination to get back into blogging has been unfortunately timed with the end of the school year for my kiddos. I'm so busy running around buying teacher gifts and planning ice cream parties I haven't had much time for blogging!
So before May is completely over, I thought I'd share a quick inspiration I had last month when my family and I went to Colonial Williamsburg for spring break! And just for the record...great trip for an 8 and 6 year old...not so great trip for a 1 year old with fast legs and grabby hands. Hence the baby backpack in the (very unposed) photo below!
Williamsburg in April was just gorgeous. Greener than my native Ohio, with the yellow and purple flowers just peeking out. Unbelievable!
I know absolutely nothing about photography, but the scenery was so pretty that it made even my photos look good!
One day we (over) paid for our older two kids to rent a colonial costume. This was SO much fun for Nina, our daughter. She spent her time curtsying and acting very demure, as she believed a young colonial lady should. It was so sweet!
Our son Henry was less than thrilled with the costume options for boys, but got really psyched when they showed him the hat. The hat couldn't save him from a few 6-year-old catastrophes, though, as you can see below. (I think this particular one had to do with not wanting to walk because his legs huuurrrt!!!) It's so hard to be Henry sometimes.
Eventually we did get him to smile!
So I came home and gave my suburban home a little farmhouse love with colors that reminded me of our trip. It's the little things, right?
I hope you all have a wonderful last few days of May. Can you believe it's almost summer??