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By Selena Mae |

Over here on Canadian soil we had us a long weekend. You know the one, all in celebration of Royalty (which I’m not a huge fan of BTW, which is another post entirely). Known as Victoria Day, or really; May Two-Four, mostly because people drink copious amounts of beer at the cottage. Or the beach. Or anywhere outside pretty much, because the warm weather has finally arrived for our bare toes and gardening chores.

Our little family kept close to home, the mister is still in the studio recording as much as possible (new album with the band he’s in!) We didn’t have the full 3 days to take off somewhere or really get many chores done. Which is fine, because who likes chores anyways? We had us some soul-time and naps and delicious BBQ meals and lots of beach and park time.

The beach is a 1st for Lil’ Abner — she had the opportunity to model her new swimsuit and break it in a bit (ahem), in preparation for our upcoming trip to Mexico (5 sleeps to go!). Also, as you may note, these are all Instagram pics. I love me some Instagram and with all of the great choices online to get them printed, I am now deadset on creating a huge photo wall (or two!) in our entryway. The ceiling is high, featuring double doors with tall and wide walls flanking either side of the split staircase (’70s split-style rancher), in our home.

What do you think?

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Beach Baby: 1st Time

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Flinging sand. As one does.

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Selena Mae

Selena Burgess is crafty, a culinary expert, and a professional wrangler of the toddler variety. When the chaos permits, she writes stories and is addicted to documenting everyday life. Selena is proud of her Anishinaabe roots, and is the type of woman you want to revel (or kvetch) in motherhood with. Read bio and latest posts → Read Selena's latest posts →

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