We took a quick family road trip to Washington, DC at the end of July. I have lots of stories to tell about our trip. As I was downloading and flipping through the pictures some of them caught my attention. Pictures of people taking pictures and pictures where the story changes.
We were walking . . . → Read More: Different Perspectives From Our Family Vacation
Yesterday was a perfect day on the beach. The humidity was low, the temps were moderate and there was a lovely breeze. I took turns playing in the waves with each of my children and I showed them how to use all of the sand molds that we had brought with us; then I sat . . . → Read More: While Ruslan Dug Holes in the Sand
I can’t remember a year since she was a toddler that Juliana changed as much as she has at age 7. She is growing up and maturing and starting to make better choices. I am starting to see glimpses of the person that she will be.
Is she still loud? Yes. Is she perfectly . . . → Read More: Age 7 – The Year of Growing Up
After years of the same year round pre-school / childcare program, this was our first summer that was different. This was the first summer that Juliana had a break from school and we wanted to make sure that she had a mix of activities to fill the 9 weeks. We knew that she would . . . → Read More: Nine Weeks of Summer Gone in a Flash