Saturday, June 4, 2011

First Pioneer Park visit for 2011

Hey everyone! Have I got a treat for you. First of, Jill's adorable mug. Ahh, how much I love that little girl. lol!

My friend Emily, and her son Daniel and the girls and I went to Pioneer Park. It's my favorite thing about the warm weather. It's this cute little throwback park. With one of the last working super old, old, old carousel. Seriously, they don't even have belts on the thing, hence me holding little Daniel to his seat. :D

Kari absolutely LOVES the carousel.

Emily came and stood by me to hold Daniel, so I put Jill up behind Kari. She liked it too. :D

I love this picture, I think it's frame worthy.

There was some of this....

When Kari gets a kiss, she give hugs back. :D There was a lot of this.

(poor kiddo drove his little buzz lightyear car off the front porch right before getting loaded up into the car. Poor kid's face is going to be hurting for a while.)

Hey look! Three faces!

And of course, the swings!!

Lol!! This one cracks me up.

Same with this one.

:D :D :D

Nope, I'm definitely not above taking blackmail pictures for later on... hee hee hee hee

I *heart* this picture

Jill: Get off me!
Daniel: Get out of my way, I'm going again!


Hey look mom, a rock!! I'm going to eat it!

Train ride around the park. It was a big hit.

Emily and myself.

Love Kari's expression

And more hugging...

If looks could kill....


Well, I should probably get back to work. I hope you enjoyed our trip to the park!! :D


  1. I love all the pictures! That park looks like fun! I am excited for the time that Eithan can play around like that.

    Did I miss a post about Tyler? How is everything? And what's going on?


  2. Hey Joy!! Before you know it little Eithan will be old enough to enjoy this type of park. As for Tyler, there isn't much new to tell. They've been trying a medicine, then waiting, then trying another medicine, and waiting. It's been annoying and frustrating but I suppose that's the only way to find a solution: trial and error. I'm looking forward to something actually working though, that would be nice. But we're working on resigning ourselves to the fact that he might just have to deal with chronic migraines for the rest of his life.