please tell me your kids also frequently ask you to pick them up just to basically lunge straight out of your arms wanting back down. it’s like the most confusing game on the planet, but also an incredible work out. lol. i think it’s a phase that my kids go through around age 2, because i have vague memories of both eleanor and samson also doing this endlessly. anyway, it is conrad’s favorite game at the moment. that, and waking up in the night asking for “oooh tella” which is how he says “nutella.” i won’t even go into how that game plays out because it’s AWFUL and we’re trying hard to have him forget all about that one. ;)
anyway, we spent saturday afternoon at the met museum together. it felt like the coldest and windiest day of 2017 so far, so we wanted to do something together indoors but also close to home. can’t beat one of the most incredible museums in all of the city just across the park from us. it’s a goal of mine this year to really branch out beyond the exceptional children’s museums in new york and spend more time exploring all the others with them. we really don’t spend enough time at the met!
we lasted only an hour on saturday, but you know, baby steps. maybe next time we’ll be able to do more than 2 wings! ;)
conrad’s face here! the best!
also, that side eye. ;)
and these handsome dark eyes!
love how she studies the exhibit labels about each painting or sculpture trying to read and make sense of all the words. then when she looks at them like this, with all her wheels turning. :)
there was a hole in this sculpture and conrad was fascinated with it!
samson here trying to step on every crack (to break his mama’s back) as we walked through. haha! he knows how to make all of us laugh.
love this one of my boys altogether. thanks for holding literally everyone all the time, josh.
nothing here, just sliding back out of my arms AGAIN.
matching stride and shoes. :)
hope you all had a great weekend!