Grant Park also has a splash pad for hot days. It’s great in the summer. I love parks that are nestled in suburban areas, away from bigger streets. While it’s close to Perry Street, it’s tucked away enough that I don’t feel worried if my kid decides to wander a little bit.
I love spending my afternoons with Eleanor. Sometimes I feel like she got robbed of one-on-one time being the second-born. And while there are benefits to being the second born, I want to make sure she gets the same attention Harry did. I know that’s near impossible since Harry had SO much time (first born benefits) but I can still try to make sure she FEELS loved. So I like to take her on walks in parks and playgrounds, just us. With it being such a beautiful fall day, I decided to bust out my lensbaby too. I love the blur of the colors and the richness of the tones. I wish I had the 50mm version so I could get closer but I got on board the lensbaby train early when all they had was the 85.
One more thing Eleanor and I are lacking – selfies. I tried to take a lot of images with Harry but I definitely don’t do that enough with Eleanor. So I wanted to make sure I got in at least one frame with her. I’m pretty happy with it. <3
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