Today was park day. With the really unwise choice that I made to go to a known marshy park just because I could have better pictures with the kids. Well, we got very wet feet and cold toes. There were some tears due to the unexpectedness of walking through a meadow only to find your feet completely submerged up to your ankles with water. But we all overcame the parks short comings and just had a great time.
The swings are always so much fun. Sadly Devon had to ride the baby swing due to the small pond that was formed under the rest of the other swings. Let me just say he did not mind one lick!
This was the second time we went to a park after Isabelle learned how to use the slide. So I was really anticipating what she would do today. Let me just say she rocked it out! MAJORLY! She was fearless od the stairs, the heights, the slide itself...nothing was going to get in her way! Just look at her face the first journey up to the really big slide.
It starts off os sweet...
man o man! Don't get in her way!
I really want to know why tunnels are so much fun?
I just love this little man!
No one was going to stop her! She did not even hesitate at the top. She just...went!
Devon stuck to the smaller blue slide. Much fun was had on that bad boy!
Izzy was just hungry for more fun.
We made our way down to the lake shore. Aside from being windy, it was so beautiful. I always wonder why I don't go to this park more often. It is so lovely here.
Seriously! This is just way to cute! It just makes my heart swell when my kids gives hugs or kisses to each other.
They are best friends (most of the time)
After we got a bit too cold right by the water, we made our way back to the car. Izzy was actually throwing a small tantrum. She was making the cutesy little huffing noise and the look of disappointment on her face was delightful.
It was a fun day! After Devon got caught in what sounded like water up to his armpits bade on his cry, we decided it was time to go. And what better way to leave the park than forr all three of us to run spastically through the puddles. While we may have ended up with cold toes, we had dry eyes and smiles on our faces!