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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Bonding with Nature on Weekend

Just like my husband and I, our children also loves nature. We went to Tomlinson Run last Saturday, we had fun chasing each other and watching the geese.
They were hoping that they would see the mallard duck once again but it seems that she's not around anymore.
They brought some slice of bread to feed to the duck but since she's not there anymore, they gave it to the geese.
Giving the kids the opportunity to explore the nature is awesome. It's not only enjoyable and educational,  but it is also a special bonding between the parents and children.

26 comments:

  1. eksakto!!!... ganda ng photos Rose..pati mga water reflections ganda.

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  2. Wow! These pictures are so beautiful! I would enjoy visiting here. As a bird enthusiast I would also be eager to see the mallard duck. I love being amidst nature!
    Judy

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  3. Hi. ganda naman ng lugar dyan, nakakingit.

    Mannoy

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  4. Wonderful set of photos. I tried your other blogs but cannot get access to them. So I can't read your post for I. Sorry! Have a great week!

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  5. Very important for kids to learn nature ! Cute pictures !

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  6. Yes, it's great to let your children commune with nature. Your photos beside the lake are simply fantastic. You and Rylie have such a wonderful pose beside the lake. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  7. agreed with gattina because kid nowadays like iphone and ipad.

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  8. Thanks folks, your added thoughts do means a lot!

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  9. Hi :)

    Just visited your blog :) Followed at GFC, too :)

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  10. Bonding with nature is a great thing to do as a family.

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  11. Nice pictures!

    We love going to the duck pond near our house, it's our family bonding time. =)

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  12. I love nature too mare. And I would like Kaylen to appreciate its beauty too.

    Greetings!

    Marms

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  13. Good idea kyla wants to visit zoo naman.

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  14. buti me ganyang malapit senyo. dito scary lumabas lalo pa't me dengue.. :( nice bonding moment with nature.. enjoy tlaga kids pag nsa labas.. enjoy nyo lang at malapit na naman winter. :)

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  15. Beautiful photo's and the reflections in that glassy lake are terrific, it looks like the children in standing in an upside down world..

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  16. Looks like a wonderful day. Great shots!

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  17. I love the sky reflected in the water, and the kids seem to be having a good time even without their duck.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  18. tumpak! kami din we went nature trekking...ehhehe...nag hike kami last weekend.

    cute talaga nitong dalawa...I miss these two....:)

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  19. Your spending time with your children is what they will really remember when they get older! You obviously love and care for them very well and they love you in return for it. No one on their death bed ever said, "I wish I had spent more time at the office.", but "I wish I had spent more time with my family."
    Blessings from Deeprootsathome.com

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  20. terrific shots, especially of your two kids (3rd photo)--sweet!

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  21. That is a beautiful place to play and enjoy nature!

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