Monday, June 2, 2008

Fun in the Park

We went to the park in Clarksville today for Kaelyn's last T-Ball game of the season. All of the kids were there so it turned into a lot of play time for me and a lot of photo taking for Jessica.
Hope you enjoy as much as we did. Here is a few of my favorites but there are more in the album to the right.

Sometimes it's more fun to act your shoe size instead of your age. Okay, maybe half my shoe size. They chased me around the park for a while laughing the whole time. Then they started acting like they were falling down tired. Well at least I think they were acting.
You think they will be this nice to Reed when they are all in high school? We'll just have to wait and see.

Jessica wanted them to sit down for a minute for a few calmer photos. Caleb and Lane had a different idea. They decided it would be more fun to throw grass at her. Reed wasn't quite sure what was going on. Eventually he decided to eat the grass.

My nephew, my 2nd cousin, and myself, what a great picture. They both kept climbing in my lap so I would tickle them.

Okay, so only one of them is actually ours as you all know. However, if Caleb had on a baby blue shirt this would have been a perfect family portrait. It almost looks planned.

After the game Jessica was able to corral all the kids for a brief moment (and I mean brief) for a nice picture. Then it was off to the concession stand for their free drinks. Can't forget the juice box.

4 comments:

Summer said...

Your time at the park looks like so much fun, and you and Jessica make such great parents!

Emily said...

One day I'm going to be a grown up just like you two! What good pictures!

Brittany said...

That is so fun that Reed has so many cousins to play with. Loving the pictures Jess!

Whit & Lindsay said...

Great photos, Jess! Glad you are liking the camera!
Reed looks so confused in all those pics. He's like. What are you doing. What are you doing now. Mom. What are they doing. Grass. Yum.

Give the baldy a big hug from Auntie L.

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