Tonight, we visited Irvingdale, Rudge, Peach, Van Dorn, and Stransky Parks.
I have always loved this park. When Dominic was born, we lived in a little apartment two blocks away from this park. It reminds me of his babyhood.
They were hiding from Dominic.
He found them.
We decided Damaris has logged in more swing time already than any of our other kids put together.
She decided to stay at a safe distance claiming she was 'fraid. Whatever. She isn't 'fraid of nothin'.
I was trying to get a picture of Rose and Zellie. Clairvaux decided otherwise. Photo bomb PERFECTION.
She spent a good amount of time thinking this dog was real and then wanting a picture.
Lillie requested a picture stating she is going to grow up and have a lot of animals.
Birds were everywhere.
There wasn't much to do at this park besides swing. We decided to move on.
Van Dorn Park
John claims this was the "box is more fun than the present" situation. They thought this park was way too much fun. It was old yet simple. We stayed here for about 2 hours digging, sliding, and swinging. The weather had really cooled off and it was just a lovely evening.
Vianney told me that she could touch the blue clouds.
Not much beats her baby blues. Her eyes are like sapphires.
Rose and company worked on this for most of the time. They wanted to dig all the way around.
John and Dominic are running in a race tomorrow. John was filling him in on the details of the race and how he was already nervous. I love that I captured this sweet, genuine smile of Dominic.
100% Niewald look
Near the end, it was just Rose plugging away.
Baby finished up the work. Good baby.
A true sign of a good day at the park.
John and his homemade baby carrier. Baby didn't like it.