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Good Times

Hi folks!!

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We are deep in the throws of summer and loving every minute of it; entertaining family, early morning swim lessons, long afternoon naps, home cooked dinners, evening boat cruises, trips to the library, afternoon sleepiness {me} tempered by iced coffee treats and a stack of books that keep my eyes and mind entertained and well-distracted from the internet world.

My parents drove in from Illinois this past weekend, and we had a great four days with them. Now they moved a little further east along the Gulf coast to spend some time with Erika and her family. We spent a lot of time on the water, exploring and taking in the sites. It was a rare treat to be with Daddy Boy on Father’s Day, and the kids loved having him around. His favorite game is Hide-N-Go-Seek, as long as he does the hiding and the screaming at top of his lungs when they find him, which is immediately followed by high-pitched squeals from the kids who are scared silly but can’t help but ask for more!

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We spent most of the weekend on the boat. Part of the weekend we were parked with our toes in the sand, and the other half we put the boat to good use, exploring areas we had yet to explore. We are big into people-watching, and ourΒ  island parking spot proved to be the gold mine for people-watching on Saturday. It wasn’t long after we got settled in, next to a large family from Louisiana, that an enormous, chartered catamaran decided to park right beside them. I’ve been to enough Auburn/LSU games to know that you don’t mess with Cajuns, and this catamaran captain was messing with them by parking his ENORMOUS boat full of people right in front of them. A fight ensued before our eyes, and the eyes of all the people on the catamaran who had chartered it from their resort. The marine police were called in to settle the dispute. It was like being in the audience of Jerry Springer, in a lawn chair, on the shoreline. The Cajun is the exasperated one… did I even need to say that?

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Rover and I even ventured out to the water because he was curious as to what type and how many motors the police boat had. Boys!

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It wasn’t long when the dispute was settled and the police boat turned around to resume it’s patrol of potentially more life-threatening, water-related issues. The departure of the police boat, however, in itself became eventful when it’s twin 300 hp propellers became entangled in the enormous catamaran’s anchor line. It was as if the show just kept getting better.

After an hour or so on Robinson Island, at the suggestion of one of you kind folks, we headed east in Perdido Bay, to Florida waters, for lunch at Holiday Harbor Marina and had a FABULOUS lunchΒ  {grouper, snapper and shrimp} at the Sunset Grill. Rover slept the whole way there, during lunch on the booth next to me, and didn’t wake until we got back on the boat. It was his most well-behaved meal since he was born!

We cruised some more, finding ourselves at Gulf Islands National Seashore {on Perdido Key, FL} for the afternoon. We returned home that evening and I made Honey Garlic Balsamic Chicken and served it with orzo pasta tossed in pesto and a salad! A great recipe worth bookmarking. Speaking of bookmarking, I’ve created a bookmark folder titled “Summer Recipes” and each one I try, that I like, I will be passing on to you. We are trying to think a little harder about the food choices that we make and I intend to share the ones I like along the way! This one was super easy and I used an all-natural, hormone-free chicken breasts. They cost a little more but Mom and I cut them into smaller pieces, 3 breasts fed 4 adults, 1 child, and 2 bird-like eaters {Paige and Rover}.

The girls had a blast playing with Daddy Boy’s glasses… and I couldn’t resist a few pictures.

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And as you can see, we have fallen head first into the stage of life that involves teeth falling out!

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Paige doesn’t care much for all-natural chicken breasts in a honey garlic balsamic glaze. She’d prefer to swim in the bay all day, never brush her hair or pull it out of her face, and she’d like to live on chocolate ice cream for the rest of her days.

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Same for Rover, but whatever you do, Daddy Boy, don’t help him. He’s 2 and can do EVERYTHING on his own.

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Speaking of Daddy Boy, it’s a good thing I don’t live at home, if I did the blog would be toast. People would say, “I read this one girl’s blog, and her dad is in all her pictures making totally absurd faces in the background.” My plan was to show you that I tried and loved PW’s iced coffee method and inform you not to waste your time and money on cheesecloth if you have a coffee maker that has a fine mesh filter basket…. but, Daddy Boy walked into the kitchen and was all, “Oooh what’s going on!?” and then decided he would be funny and get in every picture that I tried to take. I wasn’t even going to mention him in the background, just talk about the coffee and pretend like the nincompoop wasn’t in every picture. But seriously, how could I not mention him?

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I’d get down low and try to get a close up, doing my best to crop him out… all to no avail. He’s persistent and completely pesky. So, here he is acting like a complete squirrel.

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Then I was going to tell you that in her Vietnamese Iced Coffee she recommends using sweetened condensed milk but I opted for Dulce de Leche and all I can say is mmmmmmm! It’s thicker than condensed milk so I put a couple tablespoons of it in the blender with my milk and blended really well until the milk is frothy and the dulce de leche is incorporated. Pour your frothy, caramel-y milk over your chilled coffee on ice and you are set! Have one every afternoon and think of Daddy Boy who won’t drink coffee hot, nor cold, but has no problem being photographed with it. Did I say I was thinking harder about our food choices? This doesn’t count, ok.

And here’s Daddy Boy again after he had his tranquilizer.

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This time we headed to Cobalt.With kids.

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We pulled right up, found a little slip to park in and dined outside, bay side.

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Rover does great dining out when he’s asleep. If you have a young son, you understand, if you don’t maybe one day you’ll have a young son.

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The sun set while we ate and the food was delicious; we had crab claws, shrimp, Wahoo, and pizza for the kids.

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Then we loaded back into our chariot that awaited us and floated home, only running aground three times because our early 90s boat depth finder doesn’t work. The kids cried and thought we’d have to swim home. Justin jumped out in ankle-deep water and pushed us to safer/deeper water.

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I love this one of mom and Raiger. We call Paige “Little Connie” because she acts and looks like my mom! It’s always fun to see them together!

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Thanks for making the long journey Mom and Daddy Boy, we loved spending time with y’all. Hopefully you are recoveringΒ  from early morning wake up calls from Rover, who says, “Wake up! Wake up!” even at 6 am.

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  • Ashley@TheHillHangout
    June 22, 2011 at 10:08 pm

    My parents live in OB, and we did swimming lessons at the OB pool last year. They were absolutely the BEST swimming lessons ever! Cheap and taught by girls on the U of A swim team. Can’t beat it. And we love the sweet little libray there. Hope y’all are having a great summer stay.

  • Ashley
    June 22, 2011 at 10:48 pm

    What a great Post! Love all the Pics! I’m excited to hear more of your new recipes! I’m trying to be more conciensous about what my fam is eating as well. New recipes and ideas are always exciting πŸ™‚ have. Great thursday!

  • JWM
    June 22, 2011 at 11:00 pm

    I hear you about filling your mind in books right now instead of the world wide web. I am reading Radical right now, our Sunday School classes are studying it. Unbelievable Is all I have to say. I really thought hard about my purchases today at Target. It just hits you smack in the face in every part of your world. What books are you reading right now? I’m going to get through thus one quickly! Thanks for sharing your weeks with us. I really enjoy reading!

  • Cherish @ Southern Soul Mates
    June 22, 2011 at 11:23 pm

    Fantastic pictures! So happy y’all had a wonderful visit with your parents and that you got to spend Father’s day with your dad. Your story about the Cajuns cracked me up-being UGA fans/alum, we can completely identify with that Cajun rivalry and learning that they pretty much rule the roost, lol-but you gotta love ’em and their food! Lord knows we’ve ran our Whaler aground several times and had to get out and push/pull, especially in St. Joseph’s Bay near Cape San Blas. That darn bay gets us every time. PS-I think Rover strongly resembles your dad in some pictures πŸ™‚

  • Natalie
    June 22, 2011 at 11:25 pm

    Um..your family is beautiful. Is it possible that God gave your kids eyes of every color….brown, blue and hazel? How precious.

  • Kristen
    June 22, 2011 at 11:30 pm

    I’d totally be lying if I didn’t say I’m a bit envious of your life in OB right now. I think about y’all early in the morning waking up to that beautiful scene and then again as the sun sets in the afternoon. So glad all of your family is together enjoying God’s beautiful creation! Have a wonderful Thursday!

  • Christine
    June 22, 2011 at 11:43 pm

    Darby,

    Was struggling again this humpday and hoped you would post. And you did! Great pics. My southern residing family took a 4 day trip to the Midwest last weekend for a family wedding and it was bliss. I see the same connection in your children with their grandparents that I see with our little girl and my parents. Isn’t that love so great?
    Thank you for sharing!!!

  • Katie @ explanationrequired
    June 22, 2011 at 11:48 pm

    That photo of Rover winking is killing me. Too cute!! And I, the mother of a 3 year old girl, totally understand how great it is to have a child sleep through a meal out. The fact that she doesn’t is why I can’t remember the last time we took her to a restaurant.

  • paige
    June 23, 2011 at 5:33 am

    so cute!
    dad & his tranquilizer cracked me up!!
    yay you on the healthy choices but i assume this means i won’t be able to mentally high five you with anymore mickeyd’s photos?

    had to tell you this….dan emailed me the other day while i was at work and signed it “dantheman” . my response to him was followed by “allmylove raiger”.
    rumor has it , he cracked up
    πŸ˜‰

  • natalie @ our old southern house
    June 23, 2011 at 7:02 am

    love fried wahoo. yummmmm. cooper brought a ton of it home from his last deep sea fishing trip and i froze a bunch.
    you’re pictures are gorgeous as always. πŸ™‚

  • Missy
    June 23, 2011 at 7:37 am

    Thank you for sharing your summer adventures with us! What a treat! Now I really want to try PW’s iced coffee recipe!

  • JulieJ
    June 23, 2011 at 7:42 am

    Oh, what a blessing to have your parents come down for a visit. Looks like yall had a splendid time! I’ve actually tried that honey balsamic glazed chicken before and I agree…it’s AMAZING. I also appreciate your review of PW’s iced coffee. Even though I, like DaddyBoy, don’t drink coffee hot OR cold, I always enjoy seeing one of PW’s recipes come to fruition. Thanks for sharing, and enjoy your weekend, Darby πŸ˜€

  • JulieJ
    June 23, 2011 at 7:43 am

    PS—Your dad working his way into all your pictures cracked me up. That is so, SO much like my own daddy. They think they’re so funny πŸ˜€

  • Jenni
    June 23, 2011 at 7:46 am

    This time tomorrow I will be driving down to Fairhope with my sister and nephew to reunite with my two year old who has spent the week at his grandparents. Can’t wait! This post makes me want to leave right now!

  • Leslie
    June 23, 2011 at 7:53 am

    Yea for heading over to Flo Rida! {You were in my neck of the woods.} How are you ever going to leave at the end of the summer? You guys are definitely taking advantage of staying at the beach for sure! My littlest guy {I have 2} is 2 years old and we still try to contain him at restaurants – I never thought of letting him sit “like a big boy.” Containing him doesn’t really work… I think we are the world’s fastest restaurant patrons b/c we are in and out before the little guy can blink!

  • Mary Lanier
    June 23, 2011 at 7:55 am

    Looks like you guys are making the best summer memories! And I am with ya on the early morning wake-up calls! My wild man doesn’t seem to understand that the first sight of sun does not mean “Up and at ’em!”

  • Cousie
    June 23, 2011 at 8:10 am

    oh how I wish I was there with you all!! I agree that raige is a little CJ. Can be so serious yet a total squirrel. And I can attest that she’s not a fan of washing or brushing that do. I told her hers was tangly and she replied “I bet yours is too” πŸ˜‰ DB is also a nut…but we already knew that;) love and miss you all! (and your delicious recipes) XO

  • shannon
    June 23, 2011 at 8:10 am

    sounds like your summer is absolutely perfect. family visits, beach time and ice cream? summertime perfection!

    i have grown up going to pensacola and perdido key and i absolutely love that area. i am so very jealous you get to spend an entire summer in that beautiful area!

  • Megan
    June 23, 2011 at 8:31 am

    Your dad reminds me of mine! He’s a goofball too!

    I’m going to try that recipe out. It sounds amazing. Glad you all are enjoying yourselves!

  • Dianne
    June 23, 2011 at 8:33 am

    Love your family tales. This summer will be full of memory making events. Thanks for sharing it all. xoxo

  • Jennifer
    June 23, 2011 at 8:46 am

    OMG those pics of your dad made me laugh out loud! What a wonderful summer!

  • Heather
    June 23, 2011 at 8:46 am

    I love this post! The pics are absolutely precious!

  • Melissab74
    June 23, 2011 at 9:02 am

    Oh Darby, y’all are making wonderful memories this summer! Your children will always remember this special time! I feel your pain with one who does EVERYTHING himself! It continues when they’re three! The other day, my mama caught him getting the icepick. Can’t remember what it was, but it was something he was trying to do and decided he needed a tool to make it easier!

  • Melanie
    June 23, 2011 at 9:10 am

    I think our boys are about the same age and I just wanted to say- I UNDERSTAND! Wish we were at the coast, we do our boating on the lake. There is nothing like a day in the sun and water that will result in a 3 year old sleeping while ANYTHING is going on…normally he will fight it and act progressively worse and worse, but after a day on the water…..he will zonk out and it is kind of great!

  • shannon
    June 23, 2011 at 9:12 am

    What fun and such a great opportunity that yall have to be on the water this summer. I know you loved your time with your parents. I have to tell you the relief that I feel when reading about Rover…I also have a 2 year old little boy and am glad that I am not alone. I try and explain to my husband that it is just the boy and toddler in him right now and that he really isn’t necessarily bad, just busy! Thanks for sharing and for being transparent!

  • Denise
    June 23, 2011 at 9:20 am

    What beautiful memories!!! I am going to try out your recipe for the chicken…sounds delicious AND DEFINATELY am going to try the iced coffee…one of my favorites…So enjoy your blog….have a wonderful summer!

  • Whitney
    June 23, 2011 at 9:29 am

    We cajuns aren’t always that bad. My Auburn-raised husband is slowly seeing that too. We live in Baton Rouge. Sometimes I feel sorry for him. Looks like yall are having a fantastic summer!

  • Jen @ RamblingRenovators
    June 23, 2011 at 9:34 am

    I think I want to move to Florida. You guys look like you are having the most amazing summer! We are still wearing long pants here on and off…definitely not the heat of summer yet. What a fantastic summer for your family – boating, swimming, fishing, time with the grandparents. Those are memorable days.

  • Ashley
    June 23, 2011 at 10:26 am

    your summer looks splendid. what books are you reading? any worth mentioning?

  • meredith
    June 23, 2011 at 10:39 am

    Okay, you have the most photogenic family there ever was. Your dad cracks me up, and, in my opinion makes the iced coffee pictures THAT much better. Love goofy, fun-loving dads! Your summer makes me COVET (in the most “happy for you”) kind of way! It looks like peaceful perfection with your precious kiddos. And, as the mother of two little boys– I can absolutely relate to a young son at dinner– not the ideal companion for a sit down meal. πŸ™‚ He couldn’t be cuter though. Happy Summer!

  • polly dove
    June 23, 2011 at 11:51 am

    sounds like you are living the high life this summer … lots of goodness, beauty and love. these picture are absolutely amazing – stunning – gorgeous, etc. etc.! (i can’t STAND how cute the one of the “boys” fishing off the dock shirtless is. oh. my!)

  • Cara
    June 23, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    Love the idea of the summer recipe sharing… already got this one ready to go tonight πŸ™‚

  • Lauren
    June 23, 2011 at 1:35 pm

    Darby, That is so funny…. I was planning on making that same chicken recipe for the first time tonight for dinner…. so happy to hear it is good! Glad y’all are having a blast at the beach!

  • Jenn
    June 23, 2011 at 1:41 pm

    Darby, it makes me get teary to see the picture of your mom and dad TOGETHER! You are so blessed!

  • Carol
    June 23, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    Love that we get to come along on your adventures again! Thanks for the laughs and looking forward to the recipes!

  • Emily Loerke
    June 23, 2011 at 2:06 pm

    raiger + me = bff’s (with a side of chocolate ice cream moustaches)

    love these summer posts darbs.
    memories of spending summers at our lake house fishing with my dad are some of my favorites.
    being around water builds character.
    xoxo,
    em

  • Aja
    June 23, 2011 at 2:06 pm

    So fun! Your dad is hilarious. And I love how both of your girls have their left legs up and crossed across their right legs at the front of the boat! Too cute.

  • Letty
    June 23, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    What I can’t get over is how in the world you have daily iced coffee treats WITH DULCE DE LECHE and still remain so thin?! What’s your secret?? Also, I am loving loving loving these posts about your summer– keep ’em coming! Have a blast!

  • ashley
    June 23, 2011 at 4:52 pm

    i’m so glad you have a boy!!! πŸ™‚

  • lydia
    June 23, 2011 at 7:47 pm

    Another great restaurant to try is the Oyster Bar just east of Sunset Grille (east of the bridge, if you’re coming from the Sunset Grille, it’s on the right) They have great food! If you’re in for an all day adventure…Peg Leg Pete’s in Pensacola is wonderful as well; you must try their fish chowder! It’s accessible by boat…about 20 miles east of the Perdido Key Drive bridge. Pensacola Pass, on the way, also makes a great place to explore. On the west side of the pass are great beaches with lots of dunes to discover. Fun for children…& grown up children as well!

  • Mandy
    June 23, 2011 at 7:58 pm

    All I can say is I miss Summer (in Melbourne, Oz) reading your blog is making me very envious.

  • Nicole
    June 23, 2011 at 9:20 pm

    I love reading your blog! Looks like y’all are having a great summer. I read the PW blog on ice coffee too. I hae been making my ice coffee with a Toddy Ice Coffee maker. It’s fabulous and super easy. You can get them online. Hope you have a great summer

  • Debra
    June 23, 2011 at 9:21 pm

    Darby…I feel we are living parallel lives. We just returned from two weeks vacation in Perdido Key, FL. LOVED Sunset Grille and had a date night to Cobalt’s after seeing your first post on it. Very lovely. My kids beg to play hide-n-seek…I hide, scream when found and like your kiddos, mine beg ‘let’s do it again, mommy!’ I have two year old twin boys and like Rover, one of them is in the ‘no, i do it’ stage. Won’t it be nice it that carries over into the teen years and cleaning the bedroom. πŸ™‚

    thanks for sharing your fun times on the water.
    debra

  • Katie
    June 23, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    Anytime you post pictures of your dad I can not get over how much he and John Martin look alike!! Looks like y’all are having a blast…thanks for sharing!

  • Jill
    June 24, 2011 at 12:26 am

    Paige may look like your mom, but she’s the spitting image of you too! She’s your little blonde mini-me πŸ™‚

  • Tara
    June 24, 2011 at 6:01 am

    A) I would totally read a blog about Daddyboy. B) We love Cobalt. Felix’s favorite restaurant down there. Hope to see you in August!

  • Lindsey
    June 24, 2011 at 8:18 am

    Love all the photos! Paige and your dad look so much alike!! Catching many fishies down there?

  • Jerri C.
    June 24, 2011 at 9:55 am

    Love seeing your photos of the beautiful Gulf coast. We lived in Perdido for 4 years and I look so forward to our annual visits. I love Pirates Cove.

  • Emily
    June 24, 2011 at 10:50 am

    Please don’t use an apostrophe with “its” unless it’s a contraction for “it is”. When it is a possessive pronoun it has no apostrophe. That being said, I like reading your narratives!

  • Katie@ Noodle and Boof
    June 24, 2011 at 12:41 pm

    How fun! Such a blessing to have your parents in town. Rover winking is a precious photo!

  • Jen
    June 24, 2011 at 12:42 pm

    Yep, I have a 4-year old son, so I know the challenges of dining with a little guy. In fact, we went to a restaurant on the river last night with the kids and it was like herding wet cats. Perhaps we’ll eat at home for a while…love the images of your summer on the Coast. Just lovely!

  • Jess
    June 24, 2011 at 12:44 pm

    I love your blog, darby! so fun! this was a great post, too. i am curious what type of food changes you are making? care to share some tips?! thanks!!

  • Britt@knewlywifed
    June 24, 2011 at 2:21 pm

    Cute cute pictures! And thanks for the reference to the recipes. Now I only have 8317730590 recipe sites tagged on my computer πŸ˜‰

  • cousin
    June 24, 2011 at 9:37 pm

    Is this Emily serious with her grammer corrections?! Sorry, I don’t appreciate such comments towards my precious D. I love you and your it’s or its. Who really cares… right?!

  • Darby Defender
    June 24, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    Where were wear is the love? Emily- Get a grip. Darby is so sweet to share her life and bring so many people so much joy. No one is perfect.
    -Whitney King

  • Margaret
    June 25, 2011 at 9:28 am

    What a fun weekend! I totally understand about little boys and dining out–mine has slept through maybe two meals out in his two and a half years of life and it’s a nice break from grabbing salt shakers from his little hands 827 times during a meal πŸ™‚

  • Laura
    June 25, 2011 at 1:07 pm

    What a great weekend!! And a beautiful family… πŸ™‚

  • JenniB
    June 26, 2011 at 6:41 pm

    Hearing alot from some friends in Gulf Shores about the forest/brush fires…Ya’ll stay safe!!

  • Tricia
    June 26, 2011 at 9:27 pm

    Beautiful pictures of a summer day!

    Nienie has a really yummy whole wheat pizza dough recipe that my family loves:
    http://nieniedialogues.blogspot.com/2006/03/whole-wheat-lovin.html

  • Amanda Wells
    June 27, 2011 at 10:28 am

    What a fun grandfather your kids are blessed with!
    http://www.amandadovewells.com/?page_id=45

  • Amanda
    June 27, 2011 at 1:28 pm

    Darby,
    I love your blog. I love your grammar. I love your apostrophes.

    Also, I found some of those plastic food baskets at TJ Maxx and they are working great with my girls!

  • Sarah
    June 27, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    I am assuming “Emily” has never had a typo in her life? Wow.

  • Jo
    June 27, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    I hate when other LSU fans or ‘cajuns’ as you call them, (we prefer tigers!) give us such a bad reputation. Some of us are actually calm headed, not so loud, and rude. (Unfortunately, the majority are.) The (UL Ragin) Cajuns are technically another university, just an hour south of LSU. That university hates us as well and would be so FURIOUS to find out we were referred to as Cajuns. I hope this post doesn’t come across as correcting you, just wanted to set the record straight. ; )

  • Hannah
    June 28, 2011 at 9:12 pm

    I passed right by the Cobalt on a way to a session at the state park across the street. Funny thing is we saw a police boat having words with someone trying to park next to the rocks on the jetty! When I saw that picture I thought oh my goodness were we at the same place, haha! Hope y’all are having a terrific summer on the coast! War Eagle!

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