Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Day at the Park

Life has been so crazy around here (as usual) and it seems that we are non-stop-go yet have little to show for it. So I took the girlies out the other day just to have fun. We went and got the truck washed (the girls were fascinated by the car wash!) and then we went to the park to play and feed the ducks. It seems like life has just been in a choatice holding pattern for us (with Yeadon in the Academy, the girls being sick, appointments all the time, etc.) and I wanted the girls to experience something fun and new. So off to Virgina Lake we went. Kayden and Kaelin loved it! Although Kaelin enjoyed eating the bread herself instead of throwing it to the ducks, overall, we all had fun... Until a group of four geese decided to bully the other 30 or so fowl that were contentedly eating our leftover hot dog buns... These bullying geese were so mean to all the others and then they tried to get at the girls! Kayden had to jump up on the bench I was sitting on and I kept swinging my empty plastic bag at them to make them go away... Suffice it to say, we left quickly and went to play at the playground. It was a great day spent with my favorite girls and I hope we can have a few more days like it before the weather turns too cold.








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2 comments:

hope said...

so the pic of kayden and her beautiful blue eyes standing at the end of the lake is now my desktop background at work... how beautiful is she?!?! omigosh she's like an ethereal little angel

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh...I was so happy to see a new posting! I check each day to see if there is anything new. What a great treat to see the girls. I can't believe how much hair Kaelin has now and how tall she looks. I'm sure it takes even more time to get ready in the mornings. Jenn they look so happy - thank you! I try not to miss them so much... it helps to know what wonderful parents they have. I agree with Hope that pic of Kayden is amazing. She is getting more and more beautiful each day and seeing her smile warms my heart. Would love to hear from you!
Love & Blessings,
LeeAnn