Beach Day | Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Hi Loves..

I just spent quite some time on my blog here to optimize this experience for you. I am really trying to get my blog to the next level, and my hopes that my actions will come to fruition. But first, let me share some Alden updates.

This past Thanksgiving, we were down in Fort Lauderdale to spend the holidays with R’s family. We spent an entire week there and it was just the perfect time away from Atlanta (away from the cold) and yes, we got to spend some time at the beach!

Alden is so much fun now you guys. He is quite the boy; loves to climb, loves horse-play with daddy, loves tickles, messy things and loves food! He brings us so much joy but at times, he brings out quite the frustrations as well. Haha.





I just find it amazing how he catches on things by sheer observation. He does new things daily and it normally results us being up in stitches. One of the things he loves to do now is to rummage through the pantry, grab a broom, a mop and a bucket; He will proceed with trying to clean the kitchen with his new tools. He also does a lot of imitating these days – Wearing a handbag over his shoulder and wearing glasses just like mommy. Recently he found my bra and guess where that went? Lol. Yep.


Anyways, we went to the beach in Fort Lauderdale and I brought the camera of course and managed to capture these photographs of my sweet baby. Doesn’t he look handsome in his big boy haircut?


xoxo, Aza


Author: Not Your Typical Motha

Hi! My name is Azieza Uhnavy and I am the author behind Not Your Typical Motha.

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