childhood unplugged

2017, childhood unplugged, us

Saturday morning started out slow, we ate breakfast and were bumming around the house.  We had received two free tickets for the train in the mail the week before and decided last minute that it was a perfect day for a train ride to Old Town Orange.  So we told the kids they had 5 minutes to get ready and get in the car because today was the day (they had been asking daily for over a week when we were going to go on the train).  They were thrilled to say the least.

Please join me in supporting the other photographers in our Childhood Unplugged movement by clicking here to see all our submissions for this month. Also, follow us on Instagram and remember to tag your unplugged moments with #childhoodunplugged for a chance to be featured on our IG feed.TrainToOrange_WEB-2536TrainToOrange_WEB-2537TrainToOrange_WEB-2540TrainToOrange_WEB-2557TrainToOrange_WEB-2558TrainToOrange_WEB-2571TrainToOrange_WEB-2573TrainToOrange_WEB-2575TrainToOrange_WEB-2582TrainToOrange_WEB-2584TrainToOrange_WEB-2586TrainToOrange_WEB-2591TrainToOrange_WEB-2596TrainToOrange_WEB-2597TrainToOrange_WEB-2601TrainToOrange_WEB-2609TrainToOrange_WEB-2611TrainToOrange_WEB-2618TrainToOrange_WEB-2620TrainToOrange_WEB-2621TrainToOrange_WEB-2657TrainToOrange_WEB-2659TrainToOrange_WEB-2662TrainToOrange_WEB-2663TrainToOrange_WEB-2668

 

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