Thursday, July 7, 2011

a trip to the park

Thank you so much for all of your lovely comments yesterday. I am so touched that you took the time to leave a comment and for your great support of me and my blog. I thought today I would get back to a little family focus. One of the main reasons I started this blog in the first place.

One of our favourite school holiday activities is going to the park or the playground. It can be the most boring, plain park or playground and some how my cherubs always seem to have fun. So when we hit a great spot I know I can chill out, relax, sit back and soak in the joy of my cherubs as they go crazy exploring all the play equipment. Here are some snaps of a recent trip.

One of the cherubs favourite playground pieces:

They crack me up because they follow each other around most of the time and all have to get on the same piece of equipment. Lucky they are built tough. The equipment and the cherubs!


Of course when they are all finished then Chelsea and I sometimes sneak a ride.


This is my kind of play equipment.


And of course, what is a trip to the park without technology. Sigh!


Bad photo but I had to sneak this picture. At least it is bringing them together!
But, of course they caught me and that was the end of it. Ha!


4 comments:

  1. Awww your Cherubs look so happy!
    Hehe at the 2 older ones you did well capturing them together & walking away ;) at least deep down inside they really love each other

    Looks like a fabulous day had by all
    xxx

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  2. That is just awesome! I am one of seven children, but we are all so many years apart... so I never experienced going out together when we were little. But I must say, we do have a top time nowadays when we get together for a family function.
    Beautiful photos Naomi, your cherubs are gorgeous :o)

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  3. Oh, so lovely! I love a good playground with new equipment. There is one in Adelaide that has the most amazing dizzy machines and one of those ring spinner things. So much fun!

    Beautiful pictures Naomi. I love your blog!

    xx

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