we caught the train down to philadelphia on saturday for a quick day trip! we met up with my sister and her husband who live in the area and had a fun time catching up with them, exploring more of philly (we’ve only been one other time a few years ago) and eating a lot of great food. a few photos from our iphones below:
^^^catching the train at penn station. and my cute little family peering out the window on the train ride into philly. eleanor kept pointing out the window asking, “henry house?!” so um, hey taylors, i think we’re coming to dc soon!^^^
^^^so excited to be with her aunty and uncle.^^^
^^^you will know the davis boys by their blue shoes. also, i can jump! and why yes, my shins ARE still sore. how did you know?^^^
^^^reading terminal market. i want another day dedicated to exploring every corner of that market and trying all the food and vendors inside.^^^
^^^thanks to joy for letting us in on that crazy good pork sandwich from dinic’s at reading terminal market. we keep talking about it.^^^
^^^goosebumps just standing in that room where history was made.^^^
^^^we did part of the mural mile walking tour and were really blown away by the beautiful murals. our favorite being the one up top made entirely of dyed woven fabric! how cool are some people and their talent!^^^
^^^just our feet, our shoes, and a trail of cheerios curtesy of samson.^^^
^^^speaking of cheerios, sometimes when you’re ten months old, they tend to get stuck on your nose and chin as you shove fistfuls into your mouth. and if you have obnoxious parents like samson does, they will remain there until they fall off your face all on their own. cause it’s cute. and also, what if you’re hungry later? ^^^
hope to see you again soon, philly!
ps- if you live in utah, this little 14 year old girl named charice went missing yesterday on her way to school. please help spread the news and keep her and her loved ones in your thoughts and prayers. i cannot even imagine. also, boston. wow. sending thoughts and prayers your way, too. sounds silly to include in a ps of a post, but a few of these stories of kind acts taking place during such a horrific event helps rekindle my belief in humanity. sending prayers your way, boston.