25.5.15

Summer Blog Hop


Summer has finally arrived in Western Kentucky!  Since our last day of school was this past Friday (after several winter snow days), we are at the finish line for another school year!  My precious Kinders are all ready for first grade, we've said our tearful goodbyes, and our sights are now set on the next school year.
BUT FIRST... I am blessed to enjoy a summer with my own sweet children (ages 9, 5, and almost 3).  We make a Bucket List within the first few days we are home together of all the things we plan to do to pass our easy stay-at-home summer days.  Activities may include something as simple as a backyard picnic and themed movie night, to something as complex as a family vacation or project. My girls and I love keeping up with our list as the days progress!  It helps make sure we are mixing in lots of fun activities, surprises, and even a little learning, too.
Check out my Pinterest Board full of fun summer activity ideas!

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25 comments:

  1. Sleeping later and visiting friends!

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  2. Sleeping in, followed by yoga and reading!

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  3. I would love to sleep in, but my 4 year old twins keep me from doing that, lol! I'm looking forward to redecorating, spending time at the pool and beach with my kiddos and enjoying not having to do anything:)

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  4. reading, but I will be working to help make ends meet. :)

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  5. reading and sleeping :)

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  6. I like sleeping in and reading! :)

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  7. I guess my summer hobby would be gardening and or trying out new recipes

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  8. reading and laying by the pool.

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  9. Spending time with family and working on my printables.

    Melissa
    Creations by Mrs. Mouse

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  10. I love the idea of your bucket list!! :)

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  11. My favorite summer hobby is going to Mexico Beach on the Florida Panhandle!

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  12. My favorite summer hobby is reading a book by the ocean!

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  13. It used to be staying up late and sleeping in, but now that I have a little one at home, that doesn't happen as often!

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  14. I love to catch up on reading and sewing.

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  15. I love to read as much as I can with my 2 year old!
    Joni

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  16. I love reading in the hammock. :)

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  17. I love to get my craft on during the summer!

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  18. Digital Photography and Reading!

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  19. I love to read and take naps in the backyard. :)

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