Multicultural night at Glebe may have only been cancelled in 2021, but the whole community came out as if it’s been years since we celebrated cultures from around the world! As part of the celebrations, the 4th grade crew performed a song from Ghana and a dance from Israel. It was crazy, but fun to…
Mini Spring Break
Right before the world shut down, 3/4 of the Tuckers visited SW Florida for some Red Sox spring training and sunshine. While we didn’t make it to a Sox game, we returned to the area to try out Cape Coral Florida for a sunny weekend away. It was hot and just what we needed to…
Meeting a Sports Star
Winter heated up with an exciting visit to watch the Washington Capitals practice, featuring Ovechkin who recently surpassed the 800 goals mark. Glebe and four other area schools filled the rink with 4th and 5th graders. With some goodies like shirts, photos and lunch, it was a memorable school day for sure!
Another basketball season is in the books! With a couple wins and a near-victory in the playoff semifinals, it was a great showing by the Glebe Ballers! Now onto summer ball…
Back at Great Wolf
After a three-year hiatus, we headed back to Williamsburg for Great Wolf Lodge! We barely left the resort as the boys had definitely been captivated by all the water fun, games and MagiQuest. We definitely got out 10,000 daily steps in because of that game!
Loving the FL Sun
Despite the relative cold, Fort Lauderdale proved to be a fun destination to get some winter sunshine. Fresh off an airboat, we took to a pirate ship to tour the mansions and yachts and strolled along the beach to enjoy the area. The Museum of Discovery and Science was a highlight as well!
Out in the Everglades
For MLK Day weekend, the family headed south for an (unexpectedly very cold) trip to Southern Florida. First on the to-do list was an airboat ride through the Everglades to check out some wild alligators. We saw four in total and had a great time!
More Colorado Winter Fun
While skiing and snowmobiling were two highlights, it wasn’t the only fun we had. From meeting horses, to sledding, hot tubbing and Zoo Lights, we experienced as much fun as we could among the mountains and snow.
One of the highlights (for the adults at least) was a snowmobile ride through a true winter wonderland to the Continental Divide. While the boys were unable to drive this time, they were in tow weaving through trees, climbing up and down hills and playing a little in the open fields. It was the coldest…