Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘cherry blossoms’

It’s blooming everywhere and the smell of lilacs on the alley is amazing!  Ezra got some great closeups of tulips on a nearby lawn and my husband cut some excess cherry tree blossoms to put on our mantel.  Warmer temps mean that Zoe gets to show off some flare around her uniform, and even Louie is enjoying the warmer breezes.

Screen Shot 2017-05-15 at 1.59.48 PM

mmmm lilacs

Screen Shot 2017-05-15 at 1.59.58 PMScreen Shot 2017-05-15 at 2.00.08 PMScreen Shot 2017-05-15 at 2.00.20 PM

Screen Shot 2017-05-15 at 2.00.32 PM

a bending tulip shot by Ezra!

Screen Shot 2017-05-15 at 2.00.45 PM

dewy tulips

Screen Shot 2017-05-15 at 2.01.03 PMScreen Shot 2017-05-15 at 2.01.21 PM

Screen Shot 2017-05-15 at 2.01.42 PM

showing off her spring style

Screen Shot 2017-05-15 at 2.01.54 PM

sniffing while riding on Northern Blvd

Read Full Post »

fuzzy spring trees

fuzzy spring trees

water gun wars after dinner

water gun wars after dinner

trees blooming out our window and tourists stop to take pix of it!

trees blooming out our window and tourists stop to take pix of it!

lilacs!  my fave!  the whole alley smells of this..

lilacs! my fave! the whole alley smells of this..

balance bike buddies

balance bike buddies

I love our morning commute to school... no more snow!

I love our morning commute to school… no more snow!

the lovely garden at Zoe's school

the lovely garden at Zoe’s school

Read Full Post »

Just back from spending the first night of Passover with cousins in the DC area – where everything is blooming a little faster. Cousins romped in the driveway, and we checked out the cherry trees blossoming in Chevy Chase. Some clever little boys even set up a lemonade stand and reaped the benefits of a lot of foot traffic. Ezra is already excited to do this again in the next few months.

Unknown-1

Unknown-2

Unknown

Unknown-3

Unknown-4

Unknown-5

Unknown-6

Unknown-7

Unknown-8

Unknown-9

Unknown-10

Unknown-11

Unknown-12

Unknown-14

Unknown-15

Read Full Post »

It certainly seems like spring is already here. Even though not all of the cherry blossoms were out, enough were blooming at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden to make it worth the trip. We love their Japanese Garden where the kids can check out the fish – and getting to romp in the grass under the warm sun is always a treat. The Patrick Dougherty installation was beautiful as well. It made me wish we could build one of these structures in our garden for the kids to play in all the time.

Read Full Post »