Easter day ended with an all-out egg hunt among four little boys (two of which were very, very little). So, C and J got hooked up with all kinds of treats, but everyone had fun – even the Easter Bunny!
Easter was a perfect day this year – warm, sunny and filled with quality family fun outdoors. Not to mention, the Easter Bunny paid a visit. Here are a few highlights from the day.
In a moment for a lifetime, the adults headed to Brooklyn to see Pearl Jam and several other amazing performers get inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It was a whirlwind 24 hours in New York, but quite the show – even if it did keep us up well past bedtime!
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…
Easter means eggs – specifically having fun with friends dyeing them! This was year three with the Kohr family, where we seemed to add a new kid each year. Up to four boys, which proved enough for a messy, fun morning!
We showed Pennsylvania some love after visiting the New Jersey side of Philly. Colin and his Hoya buddies started the visit with some intense family vs. family board game competition, while Owen looked on, and the fun never stopped…until we had to go home of course!
We hit the road at the start of spring to visit friends in the great state of New Jersey. We had amazing, lovely hosts, as always! It was filled with new friends (to Owen) and new adventures all together.
Taking after his father, Colin has an intense sweet tooth. His life would revolve around treats – especially of the chocolate kind – if we let him. We try to keep things in check, but C knows how to live the good life with sweets!
It took nearly all winter, but we finally got a little snow accumulation. We were spoiled with unseasonably warm temperatures for much of the season, so it was a big adjustment. Luckily we could stay toasty and warm indoors!