White Christmas!

While there has been snow on the ground in Christmases past, I can’t remember the last time I woke up on Christmas morning to falling snow. So amazing! The day only got better as the boys opened their presents and spent another fun-filled afternoon with family!

On the Move!!

Well, it finally happened! After weeks of standing and the occasional step, Owen finally figured out how to put one foot in front of the other. Heaven help us!

Crazy hair no more!

We waited six months, but the crazy hair that had accumulated on Owen’s head had to finally be tamed. He was the perfect customer, so we hope our good luck continues! Oddly, Colin was the one rewarded for the occasion, with a Happy Meal for lunch followed by donuts!

Out for a Stroll

A few months into Owen’s school adventures, we finally received our first “What in the World” newsletter. WITW’s are are daily (in theory) recaps of what happened in class. This WITW featured Owen and his friends going for a walk outside. Owen definitely seemed to enjoy himself! From the WITW: Today our friends went on…

Halloween 2016

Halloween was a lot crazier than last year, with the arrival of Owen just a few days before and a very motivated pair of four-year-olds to wrangle during a sprint for candy on Halloween night. We wouldn’t have had it any other way!

Party of Four

It’s been nearly a month since Owen entered the world kicking and screaming, and it’s been quite the ride! Here are a few of our first moments together at home as the Tuckers, party of four.

More Birthday Fun!

Colin truly lived up his fourth birthday with a full week of activities. As if his first “friend” party wasn’t enough, he enjoyed a snack time celebration at school on his birthday, a family party at Il Forno’s and even a special present – Disney on Ice!

Fall Sports Roundup

C has a very ambitious fall with tee-ball and swimming to keep him busy as the temperature begins to drop. During his first-ever swimming lessons without a parent in the pool, C jumped in with all the enthusiasm needed to be a star student. He approached baseball the same way, gearing up for an active…