Ok it’s a little embarrassing that this happened several weeks ago – you can tell by the photos that we were still wearing coats outdoors and the trees still didn’t have any leaves on them! We’ve been to the Tribeca Family Fest several years in a row, and this time around we got to be part of the cooking session with Angelo Sosa from Anejo! We learned to put some pomegranate or smoked pumpkin seeds on our guacamole, and of course a street fair isn’t a fair unless Zoe has her face painted.
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Posted in Beautiful Things, Cooking, Food Adventures, Fun in NYC, Parenting, tagged #familyfest, Anejo, Angelo Sosa, children, cooking, face painting, kids, lower Manhattan, NYC, street fair, Tribeca Family Fest, Tribeca Film Festival on May 18, 2015 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Alley life, Beautiful Things, Food Adventures, Fun in NYC, Parenting, Queens Life, tagged alley life, children, free range kids, kids, lemonade stand, neighbors in NYC, parenting, summertime, teaching business to kids, teaching kids about giving back on April 23, 2015 | Leave a Comment »
We are back to a more spring-like cold snap today, but a few days ago the temperatures soared up to the high 70s — and Ezra was BEYOND excited that our new alley neighbors wanted to create a lemonade stand with him. I think he was in heaven for a day – we all were. We stayed outdoors and planted things. And Ezra and his crew made enough money to pay back the parents for their supplies, and still have a few dollars in their pockets ! (I hear the ‘competition’ on the other side of the alley donated all their hard earned cash to a charity.) I hope the better weather returns soon!
Posted in Fun in NYC, Kid style, Parenting, Travel, tagged art, central park, Chelsea, children, face painting, french bulldog, gallery, Gazing Globes, High Line, Kenny Scharf, kids and art, Manhattan, meatpacking district, NYC, orbs, parenting, Paula Hayes, stone slide, what to do in NYC in springtime on April 17, 2015 | Leave a Comment »
Nothing really beats getting to take on Manhattan on foot. We walked all around town this past weekend.. from Central Park to the High Line to Madison Square Park to see strange orbs filled with art. I am so happy the weather is improving – I can’t wait for more treks around the city.
What are you up to this weekend?
Posted in Beautiful Things, Fun in NYC, Parenting, Queens Life, tagged 42, balloons, baseball season, bouncy house, Citi Field, face painting, Jackie Robinson, Mets, queens Flushing NY on April 8, 2015 | Leave a Comment »
Believe it or not the kids biked all the way to Citi Field and back – 2 miles each way from our home – and checked out Opening Day. There was a bouncy house, balloon animals made on the spot, and face painting… what better way to welcome the spring weather?
Posted in Beautiful Things, Fun in NYC, Parenting, Travel, tagged 14th Street, A C E train, L train, Life Underground, new york city, subway, subway art, Tom Otterness on March 31, 2015 | 3 Comments »
Posted in Beautiful Things, Found Things, Fun in NYC, Parenting, tagged candy, candy store, children, earrings, fun, Its Sugar, kids, Manhattan, NYC, parenting, upper east side on March 27, 2015 | 1 Comment »
As if NYC needs another brilliant candy store, right? (Remember our trip to this one and this one?) Well while walking around the upper east side we were drawn into this great place. Zoe is still obsessing about getting her ears pierced… just to be able to get the sweet cupcake packaging with a new pair of earrings. And both mom AND daughter want a dress made of candy now! Have a sweet weekend –
We stopped in on a show that is all about how photographs are shared today, compared to how photos have been used in the past. Public Eye: 175 Years of Sharing Photography really had me reflecting on my own use of this blog and instagram… and how little photo archive I have of my own childhood compared to the mass of photos I have of my own children. Part of me always wishes I had the time to print photos and put them into albums the old fashioned way – so that the kids can access them constantly but let’s face it – I can store more images electronically in the end. Will this medium always be here or what new platform will come along?