With the busy occupations of both herself and Ishana, family trips were difficult to plan for the Pavanos's. It made days like this that much more special, though, and with many children of other prominent figures in the empire there was more than enough opportunity for Xariah, Xarielle, and Azarin to make friends. Her own parents as well as many 0f her in-laws had come along to the park as well, with most of them going their own way to check out different areas. The destination for Kaalia, Ishana, and the little ones was Tilly's Pond, much to the excitement of Xariah in particular.
"No running, Riah!"
At the sight of a sign pointing the guests to Tilly's Pond, the five-year-old went full-speed ahead towards it. She quickly glanced towards her wife as to say she was going to go after her which she did after setting down the bags with towels, floaties, and various other items. Kaalia caught up to Xariah and picked her up off the ground to halt her progress. "We're almost there. Be patient, okay?." Her daughter's response was more of her saying she wanted to go swim. She had made that quite clear on the trip here already.
Although she was most definitely not happy about it, Xariah followed Kaalia back to where she had left the bags so they could be picked up again before continuing their walk towards Tilly's Pond. It was a sunny day and the redhead was going to be using that to get a bit of a tan. She would be more than content to watch the kids have fun while she took some time to relax and spend some time with Ishana. If the two would decide they wanted to go somewhere else, though, there were more than enough family members around to take over the watch here.
"Maybe Taeli and Fiolette will bring Nerralyn here, too," Kaalia pondered out loud as the five arrived at their destination. Azarin and Nerralyn were of similar age and she hoped the two could play together. Xariah in the meantime already had her floaties on and dashed off to one of the slides, nearly dragging Xarielle along with her. Their mother chuckled at the sight as she set down the bags next to a number of free lounge chairs. "Mommy's right here!", she called out to them while waving, letting the kids know where their parents were in case they needed anything.