Woodward Park Pictures

We have started a new tradition called “Family Night” at the Curry house.  On Tuesday nights, we turn off all technology (TV, phones, computers, etc.) and just spend time together.  Normally, we spend time just hanging out in one of the kids’ rooms, wrestling and being silly.  After Foster goes to bed we play board games with Emma.  Then after she goes to bed Robin and I play card games (and I usually beat him really bad!)  It has been so fun.  It’s really amazing how “attached” to our technology we have become and I’ve found it to be so refreshing to take a break one night a week.

This Tuesday night we decided fairly last-minute to go to Woodward Park to check out the tulips and take some pictures.  I asked my Aunt Judy if she could meet us there to take some pictures of all 4 of us and she did.  She did such a great job taking pictures of our family and we had a great time with her at the park.  After pictures we headed to the swings for a while and then we went to Cherry Berry for some yogurt.  It was a beautiful night- one that I want to remember forever.

Here are the pictures from the night: Emma: 4 years, 4 months and Foster: almost 17 months.

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This picture cracks me up… We brought along some marshmallows to bribe Foster with for pics- here are Daddy and Emma trying to get Foster to walk to them!

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