Packing Frenzy

July 18, 2019

This blog post will be less chat and more photos. The reason being I’m in a last minute packing frenzy. Tonight we fly to Ireland, YAY! Very excited to hit the homeland and spend the next 2 weeks hanging with the family and catching up with friends. And taking a break from the grueling Atlanta heat. We’ve packed a variety of clothes, cos Ireland in the summer, is very unpredictable. But we’re ready for it. See you all in 2 weeks.

Beach, beach and more beach. Maximizing our few days at The Cape with plenty of beach time.

I didn’t think he’d do it, but there goes Keane.

And a rare few photos of myself with my kids.

Cullen is not much of a hugger, but when he does opt to hug, he’s all in.

Happy beach vibes.

I can’t tell you how many times I had to bury both of the boys.

Not sure what exactly James and Keane are up to.

James says its not cold, but his face tells a different story.

Castle building right next to the ocean. This could end up a muddy mess.

Yep there it is. Can’t stop mother nature.

Keane in the midst of a big dig.

A hole almost big enough for all 4 Doyle boys.

Our final day at The Cape and it was all about the arts and crafts. Cullen and James get busy drawing over lunch.

Paul & Keane are wearing all the hats and catching up on some reading.

Cos life at the beach can be all kinds of stressful, so Uncle Jack gives Keane a massage.

Back in the creative zone.

Keane has something he wants to draw too.

Aunt Anne and Cullen are deep into a sticker project.

Paul & James are testing my knowledge for a very special quiz.

More reading.

Tablet time and more snacks.

Our last day was overcast, but it didn’t stop us hitting the beach one last time.

A sandcastle and moat in full construction.

Cullen was asked to bring buckets of sea water. You can tell by his face that he hated this job.

Paul is the chief castle builder.

Cullen adds the finishing touches.

Looking good boys.

Ta-dah!

Paul and Cullen are working on a sand shark.

And of course someone had to get buried one last time.

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