One final trip to the Langebaan Lagoon

The wind was blowing and it was surprisingly cold. But that didn’t stop April and Charlie.

So this is goodbye. One last evening at the beach. Unfortunately, it was too windy to swim.
So this is goodbye. One last evening at the beach. Unfortunately, it was too windy to swim.
April found a hole.
April found a hole.
So she put her feet in and sat down.
So she put her feet in and sat down.
Charlie also wanted the hole. She she proceeded to lose her mind.
Charlie also wanted to put her feet in the hole. So she proceeded to lose her mind.
And try to wrestle her sister out of the way. After much screaming, I dug her another hole.
And try to wrestle her sister out of the way. After much screaming, I dug her another hole.
And with her bucket and spade, she was once again happy Charlie.
And with her bucket and spade, she was once again happy Charlie.
It was a beautiful evening. (And no I'm not pregnant again -- I'm just wearing a billowy top)
It was a beautiful evening. (And no I’m not pregnant again — I’m just wearing a billowy top)
Of course, silly parents, the kids found a pool of water to sit in. Fully clothed.
Of course, silly parents, Charlie found a pool of water to sit in. Fully clothed.

So April joined her.

And, of course, me pulling faces at Josh.
 I pulled faces at Josh.
April telling Charlie what to do.
And April told Charlie what to do.
And Josh, (surprise, surprise!) looking at his iPhone.
And Josh, (surprise, surprise!) looked at his iPhone.
Charlie gets vocal.
Charlie got dramatic.
As you do.
As you do.
A beautiful evening. Truly lovely.
A beautiful evening. Truly lovely.

 

1 Comment

  1. They love the beach. I’m sure you had hard time separating Charlie from the sand.

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