Didn't do a whole lot of shooting on Day Three (because that was the day we had our family photos taken) but here's what I did manage to get...
Getting ready to go surfing. (He wore my wetsuit even though it was big on him.)
And no, we didn't realize our wetsuits were on backwards until we were already in them on our final day of surfing.
And then the kiddos played with sidewalk chalk.
The chalk set even came with 3-D glasses.
And then my friend Tanya showed up to take our family photos.
And then, after we were done with photos, the kids hopped into the hot tub with Tanya's daughters. (Coley was feeling horrifically outnumbered.)
Not quite sure what the face is all about but it's kind of sweet and somber at the same time.
I know what that face is all about though.
It's about her brand-new puppy.
And while I was working on dinner (Ok, I was actually mixing a vodka and sprite with a bit of cranberry juice and a slice of lime.) I saw this little face peaking through the window.
And while I was busy mixing drinks, Josh Downs was busy barbecuing steak, corn on the cob and baked potatoes.
And then Tanya and her little clan of girls packed up to head home.
Shortly before they left though, Coley said, "You guys should stay the night because I've actually began to take quite a liking to your girls."
Quite a liking?
Apparently, someone's been watching too much Little House on the Prairie because I don't think anyone in the 21st century says 'quite a liking.'
That said, I hope he never quits using the expression because I happen to think it's the sweetest thing ever.
And then us sleepyheads called it a night.