passage 1 |ˈpasij| noun the act or process of moving forward A rite of passage. This is what I learned jumping off the Huntington Beach Pier for the Captains of the Junior Guards is all about. Only the Captains get to partake in this “crazy”, but I’m sure pretty exhilarating event. After 8 weeks spent in the Junior […]


balloon |bəˈloōn|noun a brightly colored rubber sac inflated with air and then sealed at the neck, used as a children’s toy or a decoration First things first….my friends are rad! This past Sunday thirteen of my favorite people came together for my water balloon party. I was looking to do something different, silly, fun, and childlike […]


summer 1 |ˈsəmər|noun the warmest season of the year My summertime adventures thus far are usually spent with three little girls, going to swimming lessons, the beach, parks, or eating lots of ice cream. I’ve also ventured out to Santa Barbara with friends, kayaking, and wine tasting. Here are some of my favorite photos from the last […]


bacon |ˈbākən|noun cured meat from the back or sides of a pig Leave it to these two silly girls to find new uses for bacon!  


time |tīm|noun the indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole Remember those toys we had as kids that were circular in shape and the concept of the game was to place all the moving balls into the grooves without them falling out?! Do you remember? Today […]


chalk | ch ôk| noun a similar substance (calcium sulfate), made into white or colored sticks used for drawing or writing While waiting to take their older sister to practice, Peyton, Brooke and I had some creative fun with some chalk. Living on a cul-de-sac is perfect for these types of activities. We planted ourselves in the middle of the […]


lemonade |ˌleməˈnād; ˈleməˌnād|noun a drink made from lemon juice and sweetened water. Throughout childhood there are just certain things you need to do at least once. Not wanting my nieces to miss out on one of these great stamps of childhood, I (without asking their Mom first) decided to excite their little minds with the idea […]