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These pictures may get redundant. We went swimming, again. Jack played with the container that some new floaties came in.
I did my best to get a picture of all of us together, but my camera skills are lacking, and my children MOVE.

This is Jack's face before we went in the water together. You'll see the after, but try not to judge me to harshly for using the pool as a giant washcloth.

That's the best it gets. Ah, well.
Belly shots, in a bathing suit, are not so impressive. Here he is! Our next baby, still enclosed in mother.

Ooh! What a clean-faced boy! He wanted me to take a picture of myself next... I did. Then he wanted me to take another picture of him... I did. It's been a nice summer so far.


sharon said…
What's the chlorination for if not to sanitize?
Ahh, I have so many things I could say about the chlorination... but I'll leave it alone...

The last pic of you is really good. I don't know how you do it, with that baby just hanging out in there. I'd be at my wits end trying to get him out. You're a strong lady, Sarah Tate.
As far as I am concerned, you can keep those redundant pictures coming. I look at blogs either last thing before I go to bed or first thing in the a.m. and seeing pics of family is just wonderful.

Ditto to you being an amazing person for how good you look. Is that the pool at the Camp? Or is that pool even still there? It has been so long since I've been there.
sarah said…
Definitely the same camp pool- we are very blessed to be able to have a pool without keeping it up. Camp is the best of many worlds.
Sandy said…
You are a beautiful mama. I think of you often and pray for you and baby B every time I do. I miss you much. xo, me.

We're stateside in two months, and are coming to Cali. Make room for six:)
Sandy said…
I don't think I've said yet that I LOVE that you will have three boys and a girl. I do though.
sarah said…

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