Photo by Lukas Blazek on Unsplash Way back in 2006, I set up a family blog back on Blogspot…then it became blogger. I thought I was so slick that I figured out how to email photos from my little Motorola phone directly to the blog. It was pre-facebook and was just trying to find a
Photo by Brady Frieden on Unsplash When I hear that friends are traveling to the West Coast, I immediately start giving my unsolicited advice. My friend, Heidi, will be road-tripping from SF to LA while following her husband, Aaron, as he does the AIDS fundraising ride. These recommendations are for Heidi, but also for anyone
Photo by Changyu Hu on Unsplash Although we moved back to Colorado after 9 years living in San Francisco, I still get excited when I get to go back for a visit or when I hear of friends traveling to the Bay Area for vacation. I was just about to email someone with a list
Photo by Carson Arias on Unsplash Ty is totally into Legos. Although, I never know if it’s more fun to build the sets or tear them apart. Ty loves watching various lego review videos on YouTube and loves to make his own. Of course, it’s pretty funny to have a 5 year old do his
Just a little more fun in April 2011. Ty went to Chuck E Cheese for the first time with his buddy, Adam. The place is pretty gross, but we were the only people there at 9AM on a weekday.
This Easter we got to attend two different neighborhood Easter Egg hunts plus Ty attended an Easter party. Lucky boy. Our house was also the host of the first annual Easter Egg DROP contest.
March was a dinosaur filled month. We visited Triceratops Trail up in Golden. It’s a self-guided tour of dinosaur bones. We’re so lucky to live in Colorado with som many treasured dinosaur sites.
Since Ty’s birthday is March 1st, it’s tough to schedule a party outdoors. But, when I saw a really warm weather report for March 1st, 2011, I called all of Ty’s friends’ parents…told them we’re on for a last minute birthday at the park. Totally low key, but very welcome for all of the little
Here’s the catch-up for February 2011. Ty started swimming lessons. I found some “new” vintage furniture for the house. We visited the Dinosaur Park down in Woodland Park, CO. It was surprisingly great. And, it appears that we had a few spring-like days in February.