Eliana Pavon, center, reaches out to tag her twin sister Isa, 8, while their little brother Gabriel, 4, tries to catch up during a cloudy Tuesday afternoon at the Cypress Wetland Park in Port Royal. "If we don't take them outside, they do this in the house," said their mother Ericka Pavon.
Eliana Pavon, center, reaches out to tag her twin sister Isa, 8, while their little brother Gabriel, 4, tries to catch up during a cloudy Tuesday afternoon at the Cypress Wetland Park in Port Royal. "If we don't take them outside, they do this in the house," said their mother Ericka Pavon. Sarah Welliver
Eliana Pavon, center, reaches out to tag her twin sister Isa, 8, while their little brother Gabriel, 4, tries to catch up during a cloudy Tuesday afternoon at the Cypress Wetland Park in Port Royal. "If we don't take them outside, they do this in the house," said their mother Ericka Pavon. Sarah Welliver

PHOTO: Children enjoy rainy-day games at Port Royal park

November 13, 2012 07:04 PM

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