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mexico : we're home


Even though we were away to work, we still had a few moments of relaxation together in Mexico - not to mention the huge difference in temperature to appreciate and many frozen fruit smoothies to satisfy baby's sweet tooth.  I have so much catching up to do in blog world, so excuse me while I pop on over to visit you, you, and oh yes you too!  Thank you for all continuing to say hi while we were away and for all the wishes for safe travel.  I read every single one of them!  It was hard having only intermittent wi-fi access but I am happily back to work now at home, sneaking in snuggles from a little one who we missed so very much.  Much more to come...  

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  1. enjoy being home again! xoxo

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  2. Welcome home, glad to have you back! So glad you and Erik had a great time in Mexico, the warm weather sounds amazing! xo

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  3. Welcome home! Glad you got to chill out amidst your work commitments.
    Love to sip that icy drink right about now.
    Ronnie xo

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  4. Welcome back Kate! Glad to know your trip went well : )

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  5. Ohh I can imagine warm breezes with those fresh fruit smoothies. Bliss. x

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  6. welcome home! Oh this picture makes me want to go on holiday so much! Glad you got a little time to relax too xx

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  7. so very nice and dreamy. I love the colors in this shot. perfect. Glad you were able to squeeze in a little time to yourselves while you were away! xo

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  8. ahhhh so glad you are safely home and on cuddle catch-up and can't wait to see more x

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