This week we were almost back to "normal",
although Mom did have to go to DC mid-week for a work meeting. While there, she visited with Uncle
Parks, Aunt Lexi, Audrey, Sophia, and Lil! She also got to tour the Natural History Museum, where she
took this cool picture of the jaws of an extinct (and very large!) white
Another trip where she should have taken me, since that all
sounds pretty fun!!
Dad needed to get to campus before we went to school on Thursday morning, and Mom was in DC, so GG's family stepped in and helped us out! Mrs. Erika took Lilli to the Y, and GG and I walked to school together. It's wonderful to have such good friends.
Yesterday was a busy and fun day here at home. Lilli went to a birthday party in the
morning, and I invited my friend Jay over to play. Lilli came home in plenty of time to join in the fun, and we
were absolutely exhausted by the time Jay left in the mid afternoon! We were all for an early bedtime, since
today was a busy day too. Lilli
and Mom went to see the Boston Ballet performance of Cinderella!
It was awesome!
While they were at the ballet, Dad and I went to check out
the Science Museum.
We didn't spend too much time looking at the exhibits,
because our real goal was to see the Magic Tree House movie about space in the
planetarium. I love the Jack and
Annie books, so this was right up my alley!
On the subway in and out of the city, we all got a good
taste of the St. Patty's Day spirit that is so prevalent in Boston. Lots of green beads, funny hats, and
plenty of people headed to the parade!
Mom decided that we need to be a little older to fully appreciate that
event, but we're looking forward to wearing green to school tomorrow.
We're also looking forward to the first day of spring this
week, on the off chance that it actually brings some warm temperatures! Dad jets off this week for a work trip,
so we'll be holding down the fort with Mom.