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A Summer Slow Down: Our Weekend in Photos

By amberdoty |

I don’t know about you, but we have spent far too many weekends this summer on the go. This season is supposed to be about leisure, naps in a hammock, and sipping iced tea on the porch while the kids run through the sprinklers in the yard. At least that’s what my Southern life-in-the country upbringing has led me to believe. Instead we have been busy remodeling our home, fighting our jungle of a yard, and rushing off to birthday parties, weddings, and other obligations.

I haven’t done much tea-sipping or hammock-lounging these last few months, but this weekend I decided to let the grass keep growing for a few more days, to put my phone on silent, and to just enjoy my children.

We had the simplest kind of fun. Here are a few photos from our weekend:

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A Summer Slow Down

DIY Angry Birds

On Saturday morning we made our own Angry Birds game which was a refreshing change from allowing my 5-year-old to bury his face in a video game.

What did your family do this weekend?

Read more from Amber on The Daily Doty and Babble’s Strollerderby.

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Amber Doty is a writer, scientist, wife, and mother to two boys. On Babble, Amber wrote for both Strollerderby and KidScoop about parenting news, pop culture, raising school-age children and general parenting tips. More of her work can be found on her website, The Daily Doty.

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