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Saturday’s Park Adventure

This past weekend the temperatures were warm (upper 40s, low 50s) and it was so nice to get outside. My husband was all for getting Aida and Brayden outside and running around. The snow had just melted within the last few days, so it was a bit muddy and slippery. Still, they had a good time. It was really the first time Brayden has gotten to run around outside since he started walking. He had been to the park before but he was not steady enough on his feet to run around. He had a blast. He even tried chasing his big sister around, but none of us were a match for her and her quick moves.

{ PHOTOS TAKEN WITH: 5D Mark III + Sigma Art 35mm f/1.4 }

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  • Daddy day care

    That last picture! ReplyCancel

    • Tronesia

      The photographer is pretty good, huh? Lol. :)ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful pictures! Looks like they had fun. I can’t wait for warmer weather so we can enjoy the outdoors also.ReplyCancel

    • Tronesia

      Thank you! I saw your photo of the newly fallen snow. Hopefully, spring or some kind of warmth will be your way soon. Unfortunately, we had cooler temps the very next day.ReplyCancel

      • Yea our weather is all over the place too. We ran around the lake on Tuesday and they are calling for snow on Sunday! I can’t wait for a true summer to arrive.ReplyCancel

  • […] the kids enjoy it and I get moments captured that I don’t want to forget. Like these, in this post. My next step after a little editing is to scrap them. Sometimes it is nice to just keep it simple. […]ReplyCancel

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