savary park

Savary Park is a lovely little provincial picnic park in Plympton, near Digby, NS. Adam and I had a picnic there once, before we were married. 9 years and two little ones later, we went back and had a beautiful time there this afternoon.
See how hard Thomas is working on getting those hand to cooperate? Tonight he finally got it! He wiggled that chubby little thumb in there and sucked on it until he fell asleep. My pinky is thankful for the respite.
Speaking of Thomas, he was cozy and snug in the Moby Wrap on the beach. (Sorry for the very tispy horizon - I took this one myself. Try not to get seasick! Just focus on that sweet face. Thomas', not mine.)
There was lots of playing with rocks and shells, and exploring a tidepool. One little guy got his shorts very wet, so this was the state in which we left the park:
I did manage to get one picture of myself and the boys!
Definitely stop if you're on your way by the park to rest, let kids run around, or just to be on the beach - it's well worth it.

Happy Tuesday!


  1. It's a very lovely spot. We stop there often. Sometimes only for a short walk on the beach to look for beach glass. It was a gorgeous day yesterday.

  2. I've been there before, but I don't think we've ever brought the kids. Thanks for reminding me; we'll have to plan a stop there one of these days when we're going by.

  3. That looks like fun! I'm glad you had such a wonderful time :)

  4. Anonymous6/23/2010

    Great to see your whole family!
    The place looks lovely!
    I really like your haircut!


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