This post is really just here for me to come back to and smile at. Our summer, partially told via Instagram:

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51 Responses to “Summer 2013 photo roundup”

  1. Liz Kreiger on April 2nd, 2014 6:12 pm

    You and your husband are giving those great boys the very, very best childhood. I am sure all of these experiences in the stunning natural beauty of Oregon will help them to become capable, confident men of character who will make their parents so very proud. I am at the other end of parenting. I am now a grandma, and I can tell you that you have so much to look forward to when these boys are adults. I know it goes by so fast, too fast, but it is all so very good. Hope you have the best of summers in 2014, too, to add to the memories.

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