Saturday, May 26, 2012

The Power of Play

My boy chasing the pigeons all over the waterfront in Baltimore

 Children are great teachers at a good many things one of them being the power of play.  Not only is playing a great way to move the body it does something good for the mind and soul.  Take some time to watch a child and how they play.  Better yet, take some time to play with a child.  You might find yourself moving, twisting, and turning a lot more than you expected.  You might find that you get tired before the child, especially if you're not used to that kind of activity.  You might find that the child is smiling and laughing.  And you might find yourself smiling and laughing.  Ready, set, PLAY!



Our amazing housekeeper at the Alexandria Residence Inn,
who befriend our boy, having a pillow fight
Daddy showing our boy how to rock climb










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