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This toddler never forgets

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After our rendevous to Picnic Point Sunday, we had another promise to keep: The promised trip to the playground.


You know the saying, “An elephant never forgets?” I’d say that saying also applies to a 2-year-old as her memory increases.


We’d mentioned the possibility of a trip to the playground either Friday night or Saturday morning. So Allie was asking for it allll day Saturday. She kept asking as I put her down for both naptime and bed time.


So after Picnic Point, even though Mama and Dada would have rather gone home to get lunch, we headed to McKee Farms Park to the Kids Crossing playground.


And the trip was worth it to watch Allie run around like crazy exploring all the tunnels, bridges and steps.


She ran off to another part of the playground, I think to see if she could. It was so funny! The slides on the big playground were kind of tall and she didn’t want to go on those. But this one was more her speed.


Maybe the cutest part was when we were trying to leave and Allie wanted to go back on the playground. A butterfly fluttered by and Allie was occupied a good 5 minutes chasing it. We lost sight of it and managed to get her in the car.


And all the way home we talked of the adventures on the playground. And putting her down for naptime, she started asking to go to the playground again.


We’re going to have to be careful of what we promise her from now on!

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Author: Jessica

I am a running working mama. We work hard and play hard and I have a lot to share along the way.

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