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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Blissful Bond with Kids

This is the second part of our St. Patrick adventure which I posted last weekend (you can find the first part when you scroll down). Margaret Manson Weir Memorial Pool was one of the beautiful part of my husband's childhood. He said that he used to come up here and swim when he was a kid. When the Steel Mill died down though, they were forced to closed this pool as it cost a lot for its maintenance compared to what it makes.

We love to come up here during summer because the playground is big and the surrounding is very relaxing.

I won't get tired of documenting the milestones of my kids because sooner or later they will have their own lives and hubby and I will go back to where we started, just the two of us. We want to enjoy every moment with them now that they want to be with us because you know, kids grow up so fast.

I am so blessed with a loving husband because he is also a loving Dad to our kids. He is always there to play with them and willing to help them try new things.
Adjacent to the playground is a tennis court where me and the kids went for a brief run.
Thanks for dropping by and for leaving your trail folks!

22 travelers' comments:

Beth said...

Awesome! :)

Wengss said...

wow saya ninyo...lahat nag i enjoy..

Michelle said...

Looks like a fun day!!!

Leora said...

Too bad about the pool - our local pool had to close. Great playground shots - looks like a fun day.

Ralph said...

The park is a fun place to play. As a playground, not only can the children have fun, mom and dad are having a fine time, too. Too bad about the pool, that would make even more fa,ily fun as well...

♥Willa♥ said...

looks like you have the place all by yourself!

Lynda Howells said...

you can NEVER take too many images of your childrenx you look as if you were all having fun. my children..33 and 34...moan all the time because l always have my camera with me but they love the results. happy Ruby Tuesdayxlynda
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eden said...

Beautiful place. Looks like everybody had a great time. Happy ruby Tuesday

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shots. I always love the images of family having fun together. Excellent.

shydub said...

Sipag ni bakla ah

Lina Gustina said...

oohh... love seeing all those pictures...

Happy Tuesday


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lazyclick said...

Wonderful shots.

Dhemz said...

blissful bond indeed!

Skippyheart said...

nothing tops family bonding...
ang saya naman talaga! :)

Serline said...

Such an active and fun family. Happy Ruby Tuesday!

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nuts said...

i zoomed in the photos.. ang saya naman. yung last pic, inggit mode ako, gusto ko magdiet na..lol :D

Auntie E said...

Sharing memories with your children..Priceless.
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Anney said...

Mukhang solong solo nyo ang park ah! Sarap pag ganyan walang masyadong makukulit na bata! lol!

Marice said...

awww fun times :)

u may view mine here

Patti said...

Looks like a fun family outing at the playground,

Happy Ruby Tuesday ~

ilanadavita said...

I had never heard the term "memorial pool" before. I wonder where this comes from.

Mel Alarilla said...

Yes, that's a beautiful bonding experience for your family. As you said, you are really blessed with a husband who loves to play with your kids. You are right in making everything possible to have those bonding moments with your kids for they will not be forever with you and John. Soon, they will have their own lives to live. So at the moment, enjoy them while you can. Thanks for the bonding post. God bless you all always.

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