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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Playground Time!

It has finally happened!  We have finally had a few nice spring days!  It seemed as though winter was never going to end.  The cold days dragged on and on.  The dark mornings lasted forever.  The nights of eating dinner with darkness outside the windows are over!

My children have had a bad case of spring fever and it has been so nice to be able to get outside lately to play and blow off a little steam!  We are all happier for it.  Over the weekend we were even able to head out to the playground.  We live down the street from an elementary school, so when the weather is nice we often head down the street to play.  There is something for everyone to enjoy there!   

You may notice a couple things in these pictures:

1. It was a beautiful day and we were enjoying the nice weather for a change!
2. My daughters dressed themselves.  Honest.
3. My son doesn't love having his picture taken...I had to sneak up and zoom in!
4. The one heading up to the really tall slide?  Yep.  That's my 3 year old daredevil. 
5. Slides are the cause of major hair static.  :)







6 comments:

  1. I am glad you had a great time with the kids. I too spent time outdoors with my class.

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  2. Spring time is that time when we all look forward to the beautiful days on the playground-both adults & kids! And, you've definitely captured that feeling! Happy spring!

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  3. Looks like fun was had by all and everyone enjoyed some freedom from the blah weather!

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  4. I love the staticy (sp?) hair. Your kids are so cute! Looks like a fun time.

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  5. Happy for the sun, & to see the pics of your 'growing up' kids, Robin.

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  6. Your kids are super cute, and I love that you sneak up and zoom in on your son. He'll appreciate that later. ;-)

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