It's a constant juggling act. School, piano class, dance class, chinese class, art class, homework, vacations, birthday parties...the list goes on and on. There's always time to make easter eggs though : )
Apr 23, 2011
Apr 14, 2011
Just like following directions on a cake box right? If life were only that simple.
Today I celebrate 16 years of being together with my wife. Not wedding years, just being together years. Totally different. At least according to her. It's been one heck of a ride, with ups and downs, joy and sorrow, transitions from diapers to underwear. You get the picture.
Apr 3, 2011
We spent the day in SF yesterday, being tourists. Even though I grew up and lived in SF, it's nice to visit and do 'touristy' things with the kiddos. We walked up along the different piers and did the Alcatraz tour. When we told the kids we'd be going to visit a prison, they kind of had a worried look on their faces.
No matter where we are, or where we go, the kids love running around without a care in the world.
Kristin really enjoyed the ferry ride over.
Again, with the running.
Interesting fact, there were actually families living on Alcatraz during the time they had prisoners being held there.
Really nice views of the city from "the rock".
The kids didn't particularly enjoy the audio tour portion, lots of worried looks when they did re-enactments of the prisoner audio.
After the tour, Kristin enjoyed one of her favorite snacks, a street churro.
Of course Kayla had to go on the Merry go round in Fishermans Wharf.
I think every First Aid kit should have one of these:
One last view before heading home.