Our days are full of sunshine and about two trips a day to the park. The draw of being outside these days is not lost on Claire. I should count how many times per day she says, "S'outside? S'outside?" In fact, she basically only asks for three things: eat, pass (pacifier), and s'outside.
I try to oblige her, because I love being outside too, and because I still can't get over the fact that I'm getting a sandal tan in the end of November. We love hopping in the car and driving to discover a new park, or frequent an old favorite park, a few times a week.
These pictures are from our recent discovery of Kiwanis Park near our house. There's a lake, a playground (with that cool soft spongy ground!) and there are hordes of very assertive ducks. What more could you want?
my Instagram readers for correctly identifying this as an artichoke agave!) It almost looks like a painting.
This is where the Trust for Public Lands comes in. I can't believe all the hard work this organization does to keep our lands protected and accessible to the public. Parks and natural monuments are too precious to loose. Not to get all Ann Perkins on you, but I think it's important to stand up for the parks and public spaces you love if you want to preserve the nature near you.
Click here to create a postcard for the #OurLand movement, and to watch inspiring video clips. I made my postcard this morning!
And now I'm taking the rest of the week off to enjoy some time with my family! Wishing you the very happiest of Thanksgiving weeks, and I can't wait to share exciting content with you next week.
P.S. This giveaway for Freshly Picked moccasins ends tonight!
P.P.S. I only have two Christmas mini-session openings left for my Utah readers. Details here!
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