Sunday, August 12, 2012

Beach House with Homecs 2012

After San Diego, we headed up to San Juan where we did our annual beach trip with the Homecs.  Gorgeous weather, yummy food, happy kids and great freinds--- it was perfect.







Finn snatched a bag of popcorn from the neighbors and rationed it out to the other kids.  Naturally.





















4 comments:

Jennifer Diane said...

So happy to have stumbled onto your blog! Gorgeous pictures. :-)

Missy said...

Is this Capo Beach? My friend had a beach house there during high school and we loved it.

So much fun Lillie. So much fun.

online earner said...

lovely kids..nice sandy beaches..

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