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Summer is here. And I'm loving it. Even though I keep saying that being a full time mom and working through the to-do lists is more exhausting than going to school every day!

In summer, there's ...

More 
slow mornings
reading time
baking yummy goodness
dinner creations

More 
spontaneous moments
hanging out with friends
hiking, swimming, biking
it's past bedtime nights

More 
'yes, let's do it' days
summertime adventures
special memories captured
time to just live in this moment

I will continue to soak up this summer life and enjoy the mores ...



What do you enjoy MORE of in the summertime?

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  1. Yes, to all of your "mores!" The "time to just live in this moment" is the "more" I definitely enjoy most from your list. There's an overwhelming sense of freedom - and the ability to almost stop time - when summer arrives. Soak in all of your "mores!"

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  2. I love the time for more! It is a great way to frame these glorious days!

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  3. I enjoyed your summer there's more poem, Michelle. The twins are growing up. Time passes by quickly.

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  4. Even tho you're busy doing the mores, it is relaxing and enjoyable! So fun to be able to do those "mores" with the girls. Luv ya, Mom

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  5. So glad to see you slicing again! Can't believe how grown up your girls are. I remember when you were potty training them!

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  6. Love the collage of your girls. Keep enjoying the mores of summer, living in the moment, and soaking up summer.

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  7. You've captured the more of summer so beautifully.

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