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Hi Neighbors!

I hope you had as nice a day as I did.  We went to the park today and no one else was there!  It was great! We sat by the water, took a short hike and watched the children play.  They even had a short game of two hand touch football.  What a day.  Then my son grilled out hamburgers for us once we arrived home!  Perfect!

While at the park M wore her brand new, New Balance socks!  She loves them!  They are footies, which are her favorite anyway, but then the colors made it even better.  I love them because they have the Lightning Dry Moisture Management, and a knit in size indicator.  No more confusing whose socks they are.  Not that her brothers would wear any of these, but her sisters might!  They also have a comfort toe seam.  Now she is not picky about this, but I know some children are.  I had one!  She had to have the seam in exactly the right spot, or she took them off and started over.  Not fun!

Now, I have some pictures of the socks, and then I have pictures of her playing in them today, but you really can't see them because they are footies.  She said the socks are very comfortable.  What better way to head into spring then with some new spring looking socks! 

One Neighbor will receive a pack of New Balance Kids No Show Socks!

Disclosure:I received a pack of New Balance Kids No Show Socks from New Balance for review purposes.  All thoughts and opinions are mine. 

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jayedee said…
the littles will be helping me in the garden...we've planted a small plot of purples, just for them! cherokee purple tomatoes, purple pole beans, purple carrots, purple lettuce...they'll have a ball with that!
They will be out riding their bikes.
Nancy said…
We will go outside and take some photographs!

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Janet W. said…
He will probably play with his new water table outside!
Darlene said…
Ha, I think my child will go street preaching this summer as that is fun for him.
Shaky Mommy said…
Work in the garden and play outside with our new baby chicks!
Shaky Mommy said…
What a great idea! How much fun! You just gave me some great ideas for our garden.
andrea v said…
Setting up their new trampoline
Anne said…
Playing in the garden
Angie Bailey said…
My son will be playing lots of baseball this spring.
latanya t said…
go to the beach and swim
Missy L said…
I think that my son is going to master riding his bike without training wheels this spring

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