Colin’s first weekend of t-ball felt a whole lot like winter, but the cold did not dampen his enthusiasm! He, along with his team of Mariners, had a strong showing on the field and off (they know how to have a good time on the playground too!).
Another year and another fabulous Easter! There were a few firsts this year though, as it was the first time the Easter Bunny visited the Tucker residence, and the first family Easter brunch. After the morning together, the afternoon was all about family time with great company, food and time outside hunting eggs!
It’s our 600th post! We found a relatively low-key egg hunt to get in the spirit of Easter this year. Colin and Owen took what was rightfully theirs during a beautiful afternoon at Frying Pan Farm Park, and then celebrated hanging out with some animals and a playground!
So we were basically snow-less all winter, and it took the first 2 days of spring to see the white stuff out in full force. Some of us were enjoying the weather, others not so much.
The time was upon us to – yet again – color Easter eggs with some great buddies! Everyone did really well this year, with only one cup spilling (a record since we’ve been doing this) and a bunch of brightly colored, sticker-filled eggs to enjoy!
Both Colin and Owen are old pros at the barber shop, but this winter brought a new milestone – both boys sitting alone for their stylin new hairdos. Yay!
The winter blues were setting in, so 3/4 of the family sought a blast of warmth and sunshine in Florida once again. While we only made it to the pool one day (and sadly, without pictures), we enjoyed all the sun and outdoors we could during a long weekend away with Nonna and Kathy!
Every once in a while, we get to make the trip up to the greater Philly area to catch up with some of our favorite people. While it was a bit too rainy for our tastes, it was overall a great opportunity to spend time with good friends!
Taking our adventures out of the water, we enjoyed a little bit of what Williamsburg and Great Wolf Lodge had to offer.