We love our fall festivals, and probably none more so than Cox Farms. Since we know how popular this place can be, we enjoyed a fairly manageable crowd during its opening weekend. With cousins in tow, the boys managed to hit every attraction – some multiple times – to make for a fast-paced almost-fall day!
On a fateful rainy day, the Pohorylo cousins set out to explore the Udavar-Hazy center to take in all the planes and space vehicles they could handle. It was a big museum, but we managed to hit every corner, including the obligatory gift shop stop on the way out!
The time had come! After more than 5 years at his beloved daycare/preschool, Mr. C moved on up to Kindergarten. After he handled the morning photo shoot like a trooper, it was off to the gym before joining Ms. Gutowski’s class for the 2018-2019 school year. Go get ’em, C!
While we packed a lot of major to-dos on day one, our entire week was filled with Vineyard favorites activities. Here’s a sampling of how we spent our days…
After a three-year hiatus, we spent some quality time on Martha’s Vineyard. Our first day, in fact, was pretty eventful with a tour across the Cape and into Vineyard Haven and Edgartown. Here are the highlights.
Another great year was had at the Arlington County Fair. It was only slightly cooler, but a lot more active, with four fully engaged boys on the rides, eating treats and getting all the free swag they could carry!
We had to welcome the Pohorylos to the DC area in style, and that meant sweating it out in the August heat at Nationals Park. It was multiple hours of fun and chaos, and we wouldn’t have wanted to enjoy it any other way!
While we’ve covered our pirate themed adventures before, we have yet to capture time as pirates closer to home. It was our second trip on the Potomac, and even better as O was able to experience all the fun. Here are some of the highlights!
Like last year, we enjoyed a quick trip to National Harbor for a change of scenery, some time in the pool and the infamous “silent disco” party. This year was much rainier than last, but that didn’t dampen our spirits as there was plenty to do indoors.