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Weeks 36-40 (August 31st-October 4th): And Then It Was Fall

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So I got behind with summer posting and thought I would catch up once both kids were in school full time. That (rather obviously) didn’t happen. So I got further behind and here I am still trying to dig out. I would be a horrible mother and blogger if I didn’t at least post about the first day of school. Liam is now in Kindergarten and Caroline has entered first grade. So here are our first day of school pictures and a few others from our September, including some of our annual fall trip to Cape May. It sure was a busy month!

No tears here.  Just two excited kids!

No tears here. Just two excited kids!

Seems so grown up all of a sudden! How can it be that she is already six and on her way to first grade?!?!

Seems so grown up all of a sudden! How can it be that she is already six and on her way to first grade?!?!

My little man and his "flip" hair-do.  Not even five yet and off he goes.

My little man and his “flip” hair-do. Not even five yet and off he goes.

Nothing beats a fun swim after a long, hot day at school.  Hooray for Indian summers.  I didn't have the heart to tell them that it wouldn't last.

Nothing beats a fun swim after a long, hot day at school. Hooray for Indian summers. I didn’t have the heart to tell them that it wouldn’t last.

Power Rangers in the house! Nothing beats consignment sales for cheap, fun costumes.

Power Rangers in the house! Nothing beats consignment sales for cheap, fun costumes.

Granny surprised Caroline in Cape May: a belated birthday present.  Welcome to the family, Isabelle!

Granny surprised Caroline in Cape May: a belated birthday present. Welcome to the family, Isabelle!

Liam knows how to enjoy a tea party! Just put on a boa and smile!

Liam knows how to enjoy a tea party! Just put on a boa and smile!

Even Jeff got in on the fun!

Even Jeff got in on the fun!

Nothing says fall like a little roasting marshmallows on a Friday night.

Nothing says fall like a little roasting marshmallows on a Friday night.

Liam and I discovered this turtle while having some mother-son time at the Quogue Wildlife Center.

Liam and I discovered this turtle while having some mother-son time at the Quogue Wildlife Center.

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