Posts Tagged ‘babies’

After visiting friends in Rye NY, we made a trip to Muscoot Farms. This sweet little farm doesn’t encourage feeding the animals but sometimes you can pat one.. and there was a great little farmer’s market going on that Sunday. We loved the fresh strawberries.

Have a great 4th of July weekend everyone!












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We love the Bekvan stool by Ikea. We’ve painted it and had it by our kitchen counter for years now and Ezra always used it to participate in food prep and (watching us) cooking. But his sister prefers to use it as a ‘half picnic table’ as she calls it.
Layers of our paint have worn off it by now but I’d love to copy this great stool makeover.





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Every now and again I get the question: “is Zoe still dancing?” She is, and she loves it. She has a bunch of tutus and various outfits to wear to class – thanks to her Bubby and Grandma who supply the cutest ballet clothes to her on a regular basis. And look how much she’s grown since the last ballet post!

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This creative mamma has found something to do while baby sleeps (or doesn’t sleep?) We made a birth announcement similar to this when Ezra was born but didn’t continue it in a series, and didn’t get this clever.

Photos by Adele Enerson.
This one right here… the cheeks. They kill me.

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En route to New England we stopped in on a really great kid’s museum in Connecticut. Our friends recommended this whacky place with a play UFO and space diner on the first floor, a fish hatchery that keeps kids busy for hours (fish with magnetic snouts can be attached and moved around the room after found in a play igloo with cooler temperature inside). We loved the hand-washing machine outside of the bathrooms. Miniature train, play garden and around-the-world music zone were all part of the fun and Zoe LOVED the ‘aquarium’ themed toddler area in the basement! Note her ‘happy dance’ in the photos..

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