Littlest Lifeguard

Our last day at the beach, with our car packed up, we stopped at the boardwalk in Ocean City for a bike ride and lunch. We stumbled upon this mini lifeguard stand and couldn't resist. Behr was hesistant to go up, and then wouldn't come back down. His slightly dazed look is from the bike ride, which normally puts him to sleep and helmet hair of course! Seeing Behr on this life guard stand brought back years of childhood vacation memories: heading down to the beach after dinner, climbing up the life guard stands, posing with my sisters for pictures, sometimes my brother would even join in the fun. I am so looking forward to building memories with Behr and hopefully a home full of siblings for him in the years to come.

Seeing these pictures makes me feel like it is still summer. In fact, I might just keep posting beach pictures to aide in my denial of the change of seasons quickly approaching.

I am linking up with Morgan of Mama Loves Papa for Small Style:
Behr is wearing: a gap shirt, old navy shorts, and saltwater sandals


  1. mark and behr, matchy matchy!

    also, i'd have to have stopped too. mini lifeguard stand? please. what a photo-op. cute pics!

  2. So, how do you feel about betrothal? Because I know a certain two-year-old...
    (And what I mean by that is OMG B!! You're about the cutest thing ever!)

  3. I am all about matchy-matchy with the baby, as you know! He is so sweet and so grown up. Why does that have to happen?
    @erica...I hear Behr has a thing for cute redheads so i'm thinking chances are VERY good.

  4. What a handsome guy! I just love his little popped collar- those GAP shirts are perfect for that. Darling photos.

    I'd love for you to link up to WKWW-What Kids Wore Wednesday Link Party this week at ONE little MOMMA!


  5. That's what I'm doing-- no shame! I've got enough pictures to do summer posts til next spring!

    And I just might. ;)

    Love these pics. Behr is too cute. Can't wait to see more from your vacation!



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