i know i shared photos and our video from our trip to bermuda last week, but i wanted to share more photos from the day we took a boat out all around the island because that entire day was such a great day.
we thought we’d last maybe an hour or two with the kids in the boat and turn around and call it good (and honestly i was worried about being on a boat with them at all. conrad’s age is tricky right now with wanting to do everything by himself and i was worried he might wanna try to get out of the boat and into the water all the time. i had major flash backs of having to hold eleanor so tight when she was the same age when we were on the canals in venice italy because she wanted to get in the water so terribly), but within maybe 20 minutes of our boat ride, i think we all realized we are boat people. haha! and i have three water babies. if the water was as clear and turquoise and warm over here as it was over in bermuda, i would probably never wanna be on land, either.
this moment when samson snuggled up to me after i nursed C to sleep and started holding his hand! i can’t wait to watch these brothers build a beautiful bond over the coming years. at least, that is what i am crossing my fingers for.
cracking up STILL when i see photos of how eleanor and samson tucked their little stuffed animal sea turtles into their life jackets. haha.
THIS RIGHT HERE is the part i won’t ever forget. and hopefully eleanor and samson will remember a snippet of it too. (they keep talking about this moment, so i think we’re good for now!) but feeding these fish in this clear water way out by the sunken ship vixen was crazy amazing.
i know this photo is totally blurry and bad quality, but i still love it!
and that sweet face when he came down from his throw! happy baby! loves that toss action and loves his papa so.
our boat guide introduced us to a sea cucumber and let samson hold it for a quick minute before we gently put it back into the water. that was also really exciting for the kids to learn more about!
never lost at sea (although possibly motion sick from some sharp turns) with captain conrad at the wheel!
love her sweet smile here.
when we pulled over midday to a tiny secluded little beach to play in the water a bit!
i still don’t love sail boats (sorry josh), but motor boats are good! this experience was incredible. bermuda, you most definitely stole my heart.
ps. for those who asked where certain things i wore were from in bermuda, i tried to answer in several of the comments on that post, but sharing here as well!
sunglasses: red sunglasses (sold out, similar here) and light pink sunglasses. swimsuits: light blue popsicle swim suit, striped high-waisted two piece (top, bottom), off the shoulder mara hoffman ruffle swimsuit. skirts: pink gingham skirt and jean skirt (vintage, similar here.) shirts and shoes: red striped t-shirt, candy-striped button down (and eleanor’s matching striped blouse!), peplum chambray blouse. shoes: suede sandals with bows and ties hat: wide rimmed boater hat.