Puppet People

Tucked away in a couple of little houses on Thuderbolt Island, we spent a fantastic morning at a Puppet People puppet show.  Like most Savannah gems, this little establishment is laid back and laden with personality – and only five dollars a person to boot (a much better deal that Atlanta’s puppet center)! The morning started with… Read More

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Christmas Eve

Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house…we were scurrying around as fast as a mouse! For we spent our day in historic Savannah… …strolling River street. …riding the ferry across the river, much to the little’s delight. …taking in every detail of the gingerbread village at the Westin. …ogling the absolutely stunning… Read More

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Leg 1: Savannah

We’ve finally embarked on our three legged tour of Georgia and Florida that will ultimately culminate in the most magical place on earth…. Disney World!  Shhhh… the littles still don’t know! We kicked off the nine day excursion spending two days in what must be the second most magical place on earth, Savannah. We ran… Read More

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A Little Red

Y’all, as I was looking back on pictures of our last week in Savannah, I couldn’t help but feel a little red… Exhibit A: The baby dined at Social Tybee in nothing but his nappie.  Granted, Tybee Island might be the only place on earth where this attire (or lack thereof) didn’t turn a single head. Exhibit… Read More

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Sea Camp

For the second summer in a row, John spent a week enamored by Sea Camp at the Tybee Island Marine Science Center.  I swear, he talked about the camp at least once a week for fifty-two weeks straight. As a mini beach explorer for the week, John explored the seashore, countless sea creatures and the… Read More

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