Posted in Alley life, Beautiful Things, Cooking, Parenting, Queens Life, tagged children, cooking, cursive writing, fun, kids, Manhattan, NYC, NYC woman's march, parenting, protests, rescue dog, sledding, snow days on February 17, 2017|
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It did snow, and we had a snow day off from school (kids were thrilled). I unknowingly took our new dog Louie out in the snow without a sweater… yes, I’m use to shedding dogs with fur .. so had NO idea how cold this poor boy would be. Now I know. He survived me like a trooper.
Other than socializing Louie as best we can, and getting him use to living with us – we keep our fingers on the pulse of various local protests, sometimes stopping to photograph them. The city is alive and pulsing as always, but often it’s too cold to stay out there for long!
And the irony: this weekend will be unseasonably warm so we will plan on doing some grilling! Enjoy your weekend.
Scenes from our Instagram feed for those who follow our blog instead:
His cursive writing skills are coming along nicely! They no longer teach this at school, sadly. Ezra learned it himself.
spontaneous snowball fights erupt at the Met Museum in Manhattan
our block looking pretty in snow again
Zoe thrilled to get this birthday gift in time from the grandparents
marches and more marches .. a daily occurrence here in NYC. We love the creative posters.
those box of food companies that deliver to your door? Yeah we tried those. Yum, and the kids make them from start to finish! I love this routine…
multi-tasking hugs and homework
when the kids and their dad leave for a bit, he stares at he door for what seems like hours.
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