in which we get in some family time

Oh, yes. We needed this.

My cup overflows…

One… Two… Three… JUMP!!!


Gracie was brave enough to tackle the ropes course on vacation – she was not even slightly scared of the ziplines!

Can I go back now? Pretty please???

mykonos greece

mykonos greece

church in mykonos

greece mykonos

mykonos

mykonos windmills

mykonos alley

i’m moving to greece

You laugh. But this place is amazing. We’ve been to Mykonos, Crete, Santorini, Nafplio, Corinth and Kusadasi, Turkey (Ephesus). I’ve seen more beauty than I ever thought possible! I promise when I get home I will go through the thousands of pictures (literally) and pick out some fabulous ones for you.

mykonos

mykonos

Ancient Ephesus

Ancient Ephesus

mykonos alley

acropolis

acropolis

Santorini

Santorini

thanksgiving

This year we did a little something different… We experienced a New York Thanksgiving. Instead of getting up early to cook the turkey, we got up early to watch a parade. Instead of watching a movie, we saw a show. Instead of shopping on Black Friday, we took a little boat ride. So much to […]

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sometimes rainy days are the best

Just when we were sad that our last day at the beach got rained out… we noticed not everyone was stuck inside the hotel. A pod of at least 20 dolphins was having a grand old time frolicking in the waves outside the hotel. Tweet

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sequoia national park

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and that’s who i married!

Because when you’re at the top of a mountain in Switzerland and you see a roped off area with a sign like this… you should OF COURSE jump over the sign and try to climb the mountain without ropes while your co-worker takes a picture of it. And we wonder where Colin gets it from. […]

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wordless wednesday: new orleans cemetary

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lunch at beach plum farm

One of the highlights of the Mom Blogger weekend in Cape May was getting to see Beach Plum Farm. Beach Plum Farm is owned by the Cape Resort group and provides their Cape May restaurants with fresh produce. Love. Love. LOVE. I am such a Localvore, this commitment to the Farm-to-Table concept just won me […]

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wordless wednesday: little faces of haiti

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