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Tate's First Trip to the Lake

We went camping over Easter Weekend. In my experience, camping involves hoodies, beanies, and hiking boots. But apparently in Texas, camping is all about lounging by a body of water. And thank goodness it is – temperatures here have already reached above 90 degrees.

It was so much fun for us to play with Tate in the the lake. The last time we went to the beach, Tate spent most of the trip asleep in his car seat.

I took some cute pictures of Tate. Here are my favorites:

  • With Dad 1 of 10
    With Dad
    Steve was excited to get Tate in the water.
  • Look at Those Legs! 2 of 10
    Look at Those Legs!
    I am not sure if there is anything cuter than a swim diaper and a snug fitting rash guard!
  • Down In It 3 of 10
    Down In It
    Steve had Tate walking all over the lake!
  • Taking It In 4 of 10
    Taking It In
    Tate spent much of his time quietly observing the other kids.
  • Going for the Camera 5 of 10
    Going for the Camera
    As usual, he finds the camera more interesting than what he's doing.
  • I Take It Back 6 of 10
    I Take It Back
    This is the cutest thing I have ever seen.
  • Sand Toys 7 of 10
    Sand Toys
    Tate was momentarily more interested the toys than the water or sand.
  • There’s a Smile 8 of 10
    There's a Smile
    Every once and awhile, he stops observing and starts smiling!
  • Getting Dirty 9 of 10
    Getting Dirty
    He got into the sand.
  • Now what? 10 of 10
    Now what?
    And then he regretted it. What to do with these sandy hands?

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