so, this is what's it's like to have a front yard

one of the best things about going home when you live in a small apartment is taking advantage of all the space, inside & out! 

Elijah loved being able to play outside and we loved that he was able to actually go outside in a safe, confined space. one day, while everyone else was gone, we decided it would be fun to "play house" and pretend like we actually belong in a real-life neighborhood. so we rode scooters & bikes, played street hockey, and walked around the cul-de-sac while daydreaming about our own future home 
{which won't happen for a looooong time :)}.

basically, it was everything i ever hoped to do one day with my little family. 
and even though it was just one afternoon, it made me so excited for a future away from student life.




8 comments:

Chrissy said...

Happy New Year, Megan!
What lovely photos and such a gorgeous neighborhood!
Hugs xxx

Breenah said...

I feel ya on wanting a front yard. And a back yard. And just more than a tiny apartment, haha! Love your boots, by the way :)

Kelly Ann said...

He is absolutely adorable!

xx
Kelly
Sparkles and Shoes

Claire McKinnis said...

PLEASE have more children. because you make cuties ;)

Gentri said...

SOOOO Adorable! I love that you guys were able to play house. I bet Elijah loved it!

The Dayleys said...

Can i just say how much i adore your outfit! So cute!!! I will have to agree with you that having space indoors and out is a pretty great thing. And what darling photos too!! I hope you are having a great start to the year lady!!

Jenny said...

I can't wait until Spring so my kids can get out and play! Or I could just move to Arizona, haha. Looks like you had such a fun day :)
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Megan10e said...

When we moved to Surprise, we found that we could rent a house for about the same (less in some cases) than an apartment. We've owned and rented, and at the moment are in favor of renting! We'll own again someday, but not until we are set on staying somewhere for a long time. Anyway, just my two cents!