14 : : Park Day!

Posted on July 14th, by Amy in My kids, photographs. 9 comments

Somehow they all found themselves on the swings at the same time :)

The huge slide! Owen went down a few times, then froze up at the top and I had to go rescue him. The stairs are much worse on the way down!


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9 thoughts on “14 : : Park Day!

  1. 1
    kwiltmakr says:

    I can see where that would be a scary ride to a little guy.

  2. 2
    Blue is Bleu says:

    Don't blame him… slides were never that crazy high when I was a little one! I loved swings as a child though… and the seesaw hehe :)

  3. 3
    Doris says:

    That's the kind of slide I would have froze on as a kid, too!


  4. 4
    Dana says:

    Such fun!

  5. 5
    Kristina says:

    the swings pic is SO cute, how lucky!

  6. 6
    Jackie says:

    I just love going to the park, it is lots of fun! Even if you do get stuck at the top of the stairs.

  7. 7
    amandajean says:

    looks like a perfect day at the park! :)

  8. 8
    SewCalGal says:

    Happy Summer!


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    Marrdy says:

    We spent last weekend at the Homestead. I am thinking I would love to live in Heber if I hadn't spent the last 50 years of my life in Sandy!! (and I was 3 when I moved here.) Heber is so inviting!

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