Make Way for Ducklings

jen darling by j.k.h. nelsonSometimes you see something really simple that just makes you smile. As a semi-Bostonian ( I was born in bean town), ducks and birds in general are an easy way to add a smile to my face. I ate, breathed, and dreamed Make Way for Ducklings as a child. It was only natural that my sorority family’s sigil is the duck. Yup, I just said that.

These simple wedding photos may show black swans (another stunning creature), and it makes me wish we had com up with the idea. Maybe I can photoshop Adam and myself into these photos… just kidding. Either way, the duckling in me is super jealous of these gorgeous photos.

jen darling by j.k.h. nelson

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I used to love going to visit the ducklings at Boston Public Garden, and I can’t wait to take my children there (someday far in the future). What was your favorite book as a child? How would you bring it into your grown-up life?

3 thoughts on “Make Way for Ducklings

  1. Chelsea

    My sister and I also loved Make Way for Ducklings as children. A favorite Peabody story is recounting the trouble that my sister had saying “Mr and Mrs Mallard”. She’s figured it out now and reads the story to her son Joseph.

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    1. jen Post author

      That’s fantastic! I think you definitely have to have family from New England to know about it, it seems like a very regional children’s story.

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