My twin nephews bound for the UK – Melrose, MA

I sit here with tears in my eyes looking at these images because in 24 hours, my silly-no-time-for-sitting-just-have-to-get-the-wiggles-out twin nephews are off to the UK for two years with my sister and brother-in-law. Normally, I see these boys and my dear sister about once a week. There’s going to be a hole in my heart (and in my schedule) to fill while they are gone. They will likely return with a cute British accent, a few inches taller, and perhaps a little less just-have-to-get-the-wiggles-out-ness to them, maybe. I will miss them all dearly and am already looking forward to a trip to visit.

Hugs for mama!

These next three images captures their unique personalities so well – Little H (on the left) is so serious yet he has this super silly side if you catch him while he thinks no one is watching. Little O is outgoing and has the most contagious laugh I’ve ever heard.

It was a hot morning so the boys decided to end the session by cooling off in the park fountain. They had a blast!

They also seemed to enjoy getting their dad soaked with a “double hug.”

Thanks for a fun session, Beth & Mark! Your boys are so fun and I’m going to miss you all more than you can imagine. Safe travels.

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Beth - 2013/08/06 - 10:34 pm

I love you Stephanie! Thank you so much for this day.

Erika rybinski - 2013/08/07 - 12:28 am

Great pics Steph!!!
Best of luck on the other side of the pond to Beth & family!
Love, Erika aka Rikki

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