Category Archives: family

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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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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Spring Break 2015: The Cliff’s Notes Version

Obviously, I’ve been a little lazy on the old bloggy blog lately. And that it unlikely to change. But here are some highlights from our recent Spring Break adventures: I headed to NYC on a Friday for some bridal shower/bachelorette … Continue reading

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2014 Thanksgiving Photo Dump

Apparently every year, I run out of blogging steam around this time and resort to a Thanksgiving holiday photo dump. I am a proud supporter of traditions, so here you go! Making the most of the warm southern weather at … Continue reading

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Our (3rd) Family Trip to Disney and Some Tips

We just came back from our 3rd go-round of Disney World with the kids. I know there is something very first-world-problemy about describing a Disney vacation with the Dickensian quote “It was the best of times and the worst of … Continue reading

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Sukkah Time!

It’s that time of the year: Sukkot! For those non-MOT (members of the tribe) out there, Sukkot is a Jewish holiday that involves creating a temporary structure or dwelling. As per Wikipedia, “the sukkah is intended as a reminiscence of … Continue reading

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Almost Home…

The sadness of leaving the Cape was tempered by the knowledge that we had a fun visit to Nana’s before heading back to Philly. The drive is always loooooong, but we arrived in time to be reunited with Harvey and … Continue reading

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