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Fun day at the park

Isn't it funny how a morning at the playground is the best thing in the world for a preschooler? Der had class again today and my friend, Julie's, husband is travelling so we decided to get together for a playdate. Julie has a 3-year-old boy and a little girl who is one month older than Aidan. We get together at least once a week for the kids to play together and lately it's been more often. The kids played together at Julie's house for a while and we fed the babies. Then we decided to go to the playground we went to all the time last year for playgroup.

Well, the kids had a ball playing there. Kirsi LOVES this playground because it has a horsie merry-go-round; she always has to ride the white horsie first. She also has gotten brave enough to go down the big, twisty slide and now thinks it's the cat's meow as opposed to that big, scary slide that she refused to go down for months. I need to take my camera the next time we go so I can share some pictures with you. And Aidan slept the whole time we were there. I put him facing in to me in the Moby wrap and he was out for over an hour. That wrap is the best thing ever!!
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