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Avery's First Beach Trip

Yesterday Meg and I took Avery to Long Beach Island. While it was way too hot to set foot on the sand or even take a walk, we had a great time driving down and hanging out in my grandparents' air conditioned house!

Here are some pictures from yesterday's excursion...

There wasn't a cloud in the sky!!!

Avery was great...She LOVED the ceiling fans and slept peacefully through both of her naps.

Avery loved being the center of attention (as usual)!

She enjoyed spending time with her great grandparents (I'm pretty sure they loved it too!!)

But nothing compared to spending quality time with her moms...

I think it's safe to say that this happy little girl will grow up loving LBI as much as Meg and I do...


I managed to catch Avery's first attempt at a roll (Don't get too excited. She's far from rolling over, but her smile is too cute for words!)

Meg Update:

Meg had her 6 week OB check up on Tuesday. All of our favorite nurses came out to sneak a peak of Avery while we were sitting in the waiting room. It's so amazing how many people love this little girl (including many of you)...As far as the visit went, the doctor said everything looked great and that Meg's episiotomy healed perfectly.

Unfortunately, the doctor also told us that she will be leaving the practice in August (She's moving to DC to be with her husband. Apparently they've been living apart for the past year!!!)

The only other news I have to report is that Meg got her period on Wednesday. She's slightly uncomfortable from that, but otherwise is doing well.


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