There is something wonderful about having perfect timing. Last year, Isaac and I didn’t have it. We showed up two weeks too early to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in Mt. Vernon, WA to view the blooming tulip fields. To our credit, the festival lasts all month to allow for the temperamental flowers to arrive when they please.
The tulips were in full bloom for us at Roozengaarde this weekend. I’m convinced Isaac could care less either way; sometimes the only language he speaks is Fudge.
Margot was a delight the entire day, she’s still newborn-enough to sleep through pretty much anything, as long as she has her binky. Which reminds me, we finally broke down and gave her a pacifier. She loves it, and we’re enjoying a less fussy baby. It allowed us to visit with the friends we traveled with and navigate the muddy fields of Skagit Valley with ease.
In retrospect, I probably should have taken Margot out of her stroller for a photo-op, but I really wasn’t willing to juggle a camera and baby on such a windy day. Plus she looked so peaceful in her stroller, why mess with success?
It was our first major outing as a family, and it went swimmingly.
6 thoughts on “Tulips of Skagit Valley”
❤ love love love.
aw, so pretty! Wonderful family picture too 🙂
these pictures! looove.
Beautiful pictures and a beautiful family! Margot is gorgeous!
The flowers are gorgeous, Margot is adorable, and your family is the cutest. I hope you’re all doing well!
Thank you, everyone!