The Life of Jennifer Dawn: Peach Pickin' in the South

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Peach Pickin' in the South

During the summer months, the kids and I love going down the road to a local farm to pick fruit and berries!

Recently we went for some peaches. Let me tell you the backstory on these pictures...
Lydia Grace is eyeing Eli's basket because she is afraid he has picked more than her, and Eli is giving that squinched up, cheesy smile that two-year-olds are so good at. Gotta love them!

And Caleb just wanted to show me the peach leaf he had found. Sweetness!

That night I used some of our peaches to make delicious Peaches and Cream Smoothies. In true Southern fashion, I served them up in mason jars. Today I'm sharing the recipe over at See Vanessa Craft.

Let me know if you decide to make some for yourself. Do you have a smoothie recipe that you enjoy making? I'd love to hear about it!

Here are a few more cold treats to try...
Happy summer!
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  1. What a wonderful time - picking up berries with your kids
    I sooooooooooooo with we could do it here.....

    And peaches and cream is a sweet treat we could all enjoy here, especially during these difficult time and in-between sirens and rockets

    1. I can't even imagine how difficult things must be there. I'll keep you and your family in my prayers.

  2. Yum! Love your recipe - it sounds fabulous. Your little ones are so cute! I have an Eli too, but he's not so little anymore :( (6'4")
    Thanks for sharing. Pinned!

    1. Thank you! Let me know if you end up giving the recipe a try.
      Oh my--not little anymore. Even on this side of things, I can see how quickly it all passes by. Have a wonderful day, sweet friend!

  3. Cute kids! Yummy recipe! Pinned. I'm always impressed with your creations. Please join us tonight at 7 pm. I can't wait to see what you have been working on!
    Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls


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