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Fun Day!

This is GD #4 She is 3 years old. The Professor and I take the 5 young ones out every summer on a day trip but this is her first year and since she is the youngest of them I wanted to share my impressions of the day.

The first thing I noticed is that she is very independent so even if she is small you just can't treat her like a baby. She will not allow it.

The second thing I noticed is that her hand in mine felt tiny. I kept being scared I would hold on too tight and end up hurting her.


The third thing I noticed is that she seemed very quiet much like GD#1 was at that age. The Professor commented on the similarity which he has never done before. I think this one is also going to steal his heart. :)

We took her to Woodbine Centre which has a Fantasy Fair inside it year-round. If you have some little ones you want to entertain check out this place. The play all day wristband was only $18 and it allows her to get on any ride she wanted to as many times as she wanted to. They also have one of those play villages that can keep kids occupied for hours.

Play Village
She rode everything that she was big enough for at least once. She was well truly done in at the end of the day. She slept most of the way home.

Below are a few of the photos I got before I had to rest. She had a great time with her Poppa though!





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