A New Kind of Vacation

August 4, 2010 | By | Comments (1)

I just returned from a trip to my favorite shore—Seagrove
Beach
on Florida’s Gulf Coast—with my husband, our just-turned-two-year-old son,
and my parents. As always, I took a stack of books with me. I managed to get through
half of one. I spent most of my time building sandcastles, inspecting crabs,
digging holes, and showing my little one how to kick his legs in the pool. Was
it a different kind of vacation than we had grown accustomed to
before a child? Yes. Was it more fun? Absolutely. There is possibly
nothing more exhilarating than watching a toddler discover the ocean and sand.
Not to mention seeing him get a kick out of general vacation fun (snow cones before
lunch and late bedtimes, for example).

  
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Oh, and if you’re wondering, the spill didn’t affect our
trip a bit. We did see a few helicopters monitoring the water, but no other
evidence of oil, at least on our part of the beach.

Happy end-of-summer vacationing, everyone.

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My son, Max, and my husband, Josh

COMMENTS

  1. Bali villas

    father and son bonds…

    August 4, 2010 at 5:40 pm

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