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Gardening with the Littles

April 10, 2013

I love springtime with my guys.  They are always finding something new in the garden for us to explore.  We recently planted carrots, zucchini,pumpkins, peas and beans and we noticed the other day that the little carrots are starting to grow. We also decided to work on another project.  My Camelia bush in the backyard […]

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A lovely day for a Blizzard

  Normally I wouldn’t welcome a blizzard.  I’m not even a total fan of the ones at Dairy Queen, even though they can be quite delightful.  But last week we had an especially blustery day and all the cherry blossoms in the neighborhood came down like snow. The boys and I went for a walk […]

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Pastry Face (Ken’s Artisan Bakery, Portland)

Pastry Face (Ken’s Artisan Bakery, Portland)

April 6, 2013

This is the look of a kid who knows a good pain au chocolat at a delicious bakery. Oh and here’s his brother who has also been well-schooled. As a family of world travelers we don’t know all the famous paintings, we don’t often read those exhibit signs at museums or zoos, we sometimes miss […]

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Omsi with kids in Portland

Portland with kids Revisited

April 4, 2013

It’s hard to go too long without a visit to one of our favorite Northwest cities: Portland.  This city is so fabulously kid-friendly and so fantastically coffee-addict/foodie/site-seeing friendly that we can’t help but adore traveling to Portland with kids.  This time we added a couple new stops and I’ll have to remember how fun Easter […]

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Reckoning day at my favorite store

April 3, 2013

Every year I wait for a little silver card that comes around November to let me know I’m “in” for   a fabulous night at Nordstrom shopping because I’ve loved the store so much during the year.  And every year I face the tsk tsk tsk of the hubby because he knows that the little […]

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great membership deal at seattle aquarium with kids

Lovely books to read before you go to the aquarium

April 2, 2013

Oh how much do I love this new book that recently arrived in the mail? Sea Star Wishes: Poems from the Coast has the most delightful poems.  They are short and sweet about little things in the ocean like limpets and sea cucumbers and ginormous things like ferries and waves.  The neat thing about it […]

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Egg-citement

March 28, 2013

A few weeks ago, I couldn’t figure out what a whole line-up of people was lined up for at the market.  The line-up was longer than the line-up for Bastille and that one was wrapped around the door!      It turns out it was eggs.  EGGS! These eggs are so popular at the Ballard Farmers […]

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