Here we are again--December and January, no winter trips for us this year, but some good times at home and with our close "podded" friends, and a little bit (when the reopening cooperated) around the city.
Get-togethers with Evie:
Recess, at the playground when it's rainy or on our block:
Marcus's 7th grade science project--determining the effect of butter, egg, and final dough temperature on chocolate chip cookies:
Warming their feet near the heat vent:
Visits with Pop-pop and Grandma:
Art--Samantha's quidditch interpretation, and Helen's Triwizard ball interpretation:
Marcus's Yoda, Samantha's illustated book, Helen's rainbow:
Helen's dragons and Helen and Samantha's salt watercolors:
Helen's fish and orchestras:
Helen's arm tree, Helen and Samantha's illustrated book, Helen's shield:
Fun take-out treats, from Third Cliff Bakery, handmade boba and fantastic custards from Chinatown, and Persian kebab:
Just hanging about--eating batter, reading to dolls, checking out neighborhood art, visiting Little Free libraries, playing with Legos, playing with a neighbor:
Trying out new-to-us playgrounds:
Bike errands, mostly to the library, but also bringing two weeks' worth of groceries to families that had to quarantine because they tested positive:
Museum of Science, especially their holiday trains and their interactive Pixar exhibit:
Samantha's birthday--online Taza chocolate tasting, and Chinese food delivery with steamed soup buns:
Robert's birthday sushi dinner with friends:
Robert's birthday cake, with an absurd number (48!!!) of candles:
Ice skating--lessons on Saturday for Samantha, and the occasional open skate (when Robert can go ahead to wait on a 90-minute-long line for a couple slots) for both girls:
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