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The rest of the summer

Summer’s over, so I have to put up these pictures now, or I’ll never do it. Without further ado…. The Cape Elijah was obsessed with digging. Every. single. day. Deeper… Deeper! Remy kept saying, “Are you going to dig all … Continue reading

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Road to Cape photo dump

Holy crap, where did the summer go? I mean, my kids still have like a month left of their 13 week summer vacay, but still, it’s sort of flown by. We’re headed out to Richmond and (heaven help me) family … Continue reading

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Some old and some new: a visit to Richmond

The Roo finished school in the middle of June (sniff, sniff) and then we left the following morning for Richmond. It will be so weird not to visit PIC every week, answering the question of the day, signing in, seeing … Continue reading

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Jersey Boy: A day trip to Collingswood

Elijah’s school ended in early June, while Remy finished a few weeks later. It’s pretty rare that Elijah gets Mommy time all to himself, so I told him we could take some day trips while Remy was at school. His … Continue reading

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B is for (Pierre) Bonnard: Sketching and still life

For our second “A is for Artist” installment, we fieldtripped over to the PMA to learn about Post Impressionist painter and printmaker Pierre Bonnard. But first, we attended the very important business of splashing in giant puddles. The PMA houses … Continue reading

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A is for Artist: An attempt to introduce my kids to art

With both kids largely off from organized activities all summer, I was looking for a fun way (for all of us) to learn a little something at Camp Mommy. My kids benefit from having at least a little structure to … Continue reading

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Big questions without answers

We are no strangers to big questions around here, but lately they have been coming more and more from Remy. For a while they were anatomically-based: the benefits of having a doctor daddy and, more specifically, a doctor daddy who … Continue reading

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