Category Archives: family

Vermont

We are back from Vermont. It was a great trip. Turns out, Andrew was not too shabby of a ring bearer and his mama got mighty choked up watching him walk down the aisle. My parents brought us out on … Continue reading

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summer nights

One night last week I went for a walk after the boys were in bed. It was wonderful. The air was fresh and cool. The light was beautiful. And there were kids everywhere. The playground was teaming with families squeezing … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Granddad!

Got it. Granddad and Isaac. Check. There were balloons over our table. cake. My Uncle Steve (who I think looks remarkably like my dad) and his grandson, Matthew, who managed to steal my heart. Cute and active, just like I … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

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Train Show

Today we went to the Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Gardens. It was amazing. They had recreated many New York building out of all botanic material. Even the windows were made with tree sap. Oh. And there … Continue reading

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november morning

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Thankful

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lovely autumn

We spent yesterday in the Catskills picking the last apples of the season and enjoying lots and lots of pretty with our friends Kirsten and Eric. As you can see, next year we’ll have another kid in tow for our … Continue reading

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Last Day in Vermont

This morning we all pitched in with yard work. Sometimes I’m really surprised at how unclear Andrew is regarding whether or not he likes something. You tell me. Then we headed to the local pumpkin patch for some pumpkin pics. … Continue reading

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apple fest

While we walked around Apple Fest and passed tents with people selling antiques and booths of people selling food, I had my sights set on apple picking. I told my parents, “Ok guys, I’d like to pick apples. What do … Continue reading

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