When he turned seven I was scared of eight.  Eight always sounded old to me. Eight was too close to ten and ten was too close to college for my liking.

In hindsight it is rather ironic, that his 8 year well visit at the pediatrician was scheduled for the very first day of summer.  His main concern that morning was getting permission from the doctor to graduate from his booster seat my main concern was how I was going to cheer him up if we found that he wasn’t yet ready. Lucky for both of us, he did graduate that morning. Unlucky for both of us, that look of solace in the left image would become all too familiar over the course of the next few weeks. Follow along to see how our summer unfolded and to learn how there is much more than meets the eye in a pretty picture….

Day 1 May 28

 

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Here we are at day 5 of summer. In the midst of my boys playing after a rain storm those pink shoes on my neighbor caught my eye. At the time the image made me smile because my two have always played so well with her. We all are like family really. However, at the time I didn’t realize how important that rain and those pink shoes would be to us in just a few short weeks time.

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This!  This is what summer a childhood summer should be. Friends. Family. Bikes. Parks. No worries!

Day 7 June 3

 

 

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