While the water park is the main attraction, there’s definitely more to Great Wolf Lodge than getting wet. Colin and Owen lived it up both in the water and on dry land.
The family tradition continues, as the Tuckers set out to reacquaint Colin and introduce Owen to wet, wild and wonderful Great Wolf Lodge. Colin was fearless in the waves and down the slide, while Owen soaked it all in – literally and figuratively.
The Santa gods aligned this year, as we had two happy, awake boys to take a photo with Santa…and a relatively low-key experience overall as we all headed to the mall. Happy holidays to all!
Winter brings a great sport to watch – college basketball! And this family enjoys watching the Hoyas at home, this time competing – and winning – against local opponent Howard. It was Owen’s first game, and he and Colin got to meet Jack for the first time. Quite a fun outing!
It had been three years, but the Tuckers returned to Homestead Farms to pick out some pumpkins to truly get into the fall spirit! It was a beautiful day with plenty of bright orange gourds to pick from. We settled on two for our soon-to-be-carved creations – definitely the best of the bunch!
Fall is the best time of year, and we started it off with a beautiful weekend day at Cox Farms (our second in so many years)! The weather – after weeks and weeks of 90-degree days – was beginning to turn a tiny bit cooler. The pumpkins and fall bounty were out in full force….
What happens when three cousins descend on the DC area after a 6-month hiatus from hanging out? Lots of crazy energy and fun across some favorite spots! Check out the adventures of Colin, Alex and Adam…
Colin’s first trip to the circus was to the extreme with Barnum and Bailey’s Xtreme Circus. The day began with snow (it was well into April), continued with extreme concession prices and ended with one crazy fun show! There were acrobats and animals, feats of strength and fireworks. A great time!
Some funky weather caused the DC-area cherry blossoms to peak earlier than expected. But we were able to take the change in stride and schedule a cherry blossom-themed cruise to see the trees at their peak. It was a much more tame experience than fighting the crowds around the Tidal Basin, so something we hope…