…for these two, and for the abundance of love between them.
Tag Archives: family
My first cookie just turned four, and we celebrated with many of his favorite things: friends, hayrides, cake and make-your-own “Sunday ice creams”. It was one of those days where he ate sugar from sun-up til sun-down and, though I knew we’d pay for it dearly later, I felt like he deserved the chance to […]
When you have your first child, everything is new. To you, and to them: first cry, first car ride, first bath, first word, first steps. These are things you have done yourself, yes, but they are 100% brand-new when experienced from the perspective of the parent. Then the second child comes along, and while these […]
My newly-turned four-year-old is a huge fan of Curious George. And elevators. And trains. And buses. Unsurprisingly, we read “Curious George in the Big City” fairly often around here–it brings all his interests into convergence in a single story. And so, for his birthday, instead of getting him a new toy or clothes he […]
I remember being a guest at these guys’ beautiful Tennessee wedding a few years ago. It was pouring buckets in the days before, so much so that I even ran out at the last minute to buy new shoes that could survive an evening outdoors on a waterlogged farm, because it seemed impossible that the […]