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Minus the devastating loss our FSU football team suffered and time spent worrying about Hurricane Dorian, we had a great Labor Day weekend. The long weekend was just what our family needed to catch up on our quality time together, do some chores around the house, and just have some fun. Pastor Jordan at Experience Church delivered the perfect message (it’s funny how that happens, huh 😉 ) and we even went on an impromptu adventure to St. Mark’s (just south of Tallahassee) and discovered a new dive spot we will be returning to for live music and local flair.

Here are some pictures!

Pfieffer wore her cousin Mila’s dress at the same age Mila wore it. Cuties.
She was a great fan clapping, cheering, and chopping (too bad it didn’t help).
I see many days of watching sports with her daddy in her future. (Don’t mind the snacks in her mouth.)
Yes my dear, cheering for FSU football is exhausting.
Checking out the path for Hurricane Dorian and dancing to Weather Channel music.
Experience Church
Runaway brunch guest. We brunched at Edison at Cascades Park. Super cool spot that we usually enjoy but this time I was disappointed at their lack of vegan options/accommodations.
As a side note, let me just say how much we love jumpsuits. They are perfect for our weather and her activity level (aka always moving and grooving) and they are oh so cute. Find a bunch that are similar here.
Cooter Stew Cafe
First dance…
then snuggle.
Always wanting to explore.
Caught a rainbow on the way home.
Can’t get enough music.
The girl loves to jam!
The playground is becoming more and more fun.

How was your weekend? Did you do anything fun or get caught up on your to-do list? Tell me about it!


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