There are Camelias blooming across the street from our place.
Roses on the way to the village.
Running through St. Simons Park.
He looks so tiny!
Two ginormous Live Oak trees shade the picnic area at Neptune Park.
He loves slides!
I can't believe he does this by himself.
There are lots of fun shops in the village!
This random shot instantly reminded me of the photo below...
Little Mr. in October of 2012, you can see the rest of the fall photo shoot here. It feels like it was just yesterday, but his little brother is wearing these jeans now!
Hibiuscus ready to bloom. This is right outside our condo.
Little Brother's doggie hat got quite a few comments as we walked to the park this day. It was a gift from his Aunt D. (thank you!)
Not an orange tree, ;) just a prank I guess?
A dolphin or porpoise, not sure which! We watched it for about 5 minutes before it disappeared.
The dolphin/porpoise with a huge car carrier navigating the shipping lanes in the background.
Dairy Queen is a great place to stop for a hot dog on the way to the park. :)
As the car carriers pass the park, they blow their loud horns and it is quite exciting. Often, two will pass each other right close by (going opposite directions) and it's always fun to watch.
The car carriers look like they have a section of a freeway attached to the back of them. I am guessing it folds out and is used for loading and unloading cars. One that I saw even had a center line painted down it.
Ready to head out once again... this time it was COLD!
We packed a picnic lunch, but our fingers got very, very cold while eating it!
Little Brother is starting to get the hang of feeding himself these fruit pouches. He loves them, but I don't think I could stomach apple, pumpkin and banana mixed together.
"There it is mama!"
One of my favorite shops on the island is Go Fish.
Some hoarded birthday money was well spent there. :)