Lots of changes where we are, and not a lot of time to blog. I have lots of photos and hope to share them all soon. End of summer fun and all..
Archive for September, 2014
I don’t know if it has to do with his recent obsession with Minecraft or not – but this boy can build a room! While we were putting together some kitchen ideas at Ikea – he quietly tinkered away on the kitchen planning program and came up with some better decorating ideas than we had. hmmmmm…
Posted in Beautiful Things, Fun in NYC, Parenting, tagged amusement parks, boats, central park, children, kids, Manhattan, NYC, rides, summer, swings, Victoria Gardens, warm weather, Wollman ice skating rink on September 15, 2014| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Fun in NYC, Parenting, tagged Avengers, Avengers Land, AVengers Station Exhibition Times Square, Captain America, children, comics, Discovery Times Square Center, fun in NYC, gaming, interactive, Iron Man, kids, Marvel, movies, parenting, Scarlett Johannsen, the Incredible Hulk, Thor, video games on September 12, 2014| Leave a Comment »
While exploring Avengers Land in Times Square the kids ran into a dad from the lake on the televised screens around the exhibit (I guess he has a part in the movie)! Ezra has recently been interested in Transformers so this show went over big for him – AND there were interactive games to play, so it was a bit like our Sony Wonder Lab trip only with more working stations to explore.
I have some catching up to do on blogging about what’s in my camera .. will have more summer fun to show next week!
Posted in Beautiful Things, Cooking, Parenting, tagged end of summer, fresh, garden, grandma and grandpa's garden, organic, string beans, tomatoes, vegetables. on September 11, 2014| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Beautiful Things, Cornwall, Parenting, tagged animals, children, connecticut life, county fair, end of summer, Goshen Fair, kids, legos, livestock, parenting, pigs and cows, pottery, Vacation, vintage motorcycles, William Eggers on September 8, 2014| Leave a Comment »
We revisited Bill Egger’s booth to see his vintage motorcycle (he builds them himself!) Giant carved pumpkins, all sorts of animals, and our friends Brad and Jane placed in the Lego building contest. We watched skillet tossing and vintage tractors pull as much weight as they could. We just can’t get enough of this fair!