Sunday, August 1, 2010

Beach Trip 2010!

Daddy and Murphy had so much fun in the waves at Kiawah Island the first week of our trip. They saw a small shark just after this pic was taken!

Murph doesn't mind the sand at all! It is a mess! (See video at the bottom!:)

Deciding to take a little rest!



Riding the waves!


He loved the pool at Kiawah!



BIG breakfast!





Chillin' at Pawley's Island the second week!






He really liked all of the beach activities this year- especially the popsicles!








Relaxing with DeeDee









He also loved "Baby Abby", although she has grown up from last year. These two were big buddies!






Play-dough fun!





Daddy taught Murphy to fish with his new Batman fishing pole. Walker used to fish from the same dock when he was Murph's age!



His biggest catch- a clam!




Afternoon boat ride with Daddy and Collin!






Sea Kayaking with DeeDee! (or riding the gondola as he says)



Snack time with Abby!




Sharing another snack with Abby and Alex and Avery Abernethy, our friends who live in Murrell's Inlet, right next to Pawley's. Walker grew up with their Daddy, Chip!





Murph holding the newest Abernethy, little brother, Austin!

















Here are two fun videos of Murph in action on our trip!


video video

5 comments:

Maureen said...

Teagan liked the video of Murph swimming. Hopefully the weather will be nice & we can play at the pool this week!

Sharon Thompson said...

so fun! ihope your doing well. Congrats on the baby girl. Any names?

Lindsey said...

That video of him rolling is hilarious!

JeaneBee said...

What a sweet little boy....our grandson will be 3 in October and would LOVE to be near a beach (any ole beach)...he loves the water. Thanks for sharing....

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