Monday, November 10, 2008

Time for a change (and lots more adventure).

Welcome back everyone! Since the rest of America is changing, I decided it was time for a blog color change as well. Testing the one out to see if I like it...

Since my last blog post skipped right over Halloween, I wanted to backtrack just to share a few photos with everyone. As you can see Lilah had a great time trying to figure out how to wear tights for the first time and then showing off her costume in music class. I also brought her into the office for (to be honest) the selfish reason of everyone telling me how cute she was!















After quite a crazy birthday (mine not hers!) we headed off to Deep Creek Maryland with Elizabeth and Santiago (famed parents of Lilah's man Alexander) for some rest and relaxation.


As you can see Hunter started the "rest" part of this as soon as we left the house.







Lilah was a wonderful traveler sleeping most of the way to Deep Creek, just waking up long enough to play in the grass at a rest stop!






Our house in Deep Creek was amazing and in case you were wondering this was the view from the living room. What a fantastic place to wake up each day...we all contemplated staying forever.






Lilah and Alexander got along wonderfully as usual and here is a quick photo of what I would look like if we ever had two kids (scary stuff!).

After a totally relaxing weekend we headed home for the election which you have all already seen and heard about (both our adventures as well as the country's). That you everyone who email or comments with awesome stories - you all rock! (Especially Maria whose vote in Florida made a huge difference after standing in line for hours with her son!).

video
Sometime during the week we shot this incredibly embarrassing video - but hey if you can't be embarrassed through a public blog when can you be! (and Lilah looks cute).

Then this past weekend us Boigs all piled in the car again to head up to NJ to visit Lilah's Bubbe (Jason's mom) where Lilah wowed all of us by her ability to knock down not just wooden blocks -- but towers and towers of Tupperware!
After a yummy dinner at Big Fish we headed out for a little stroll around the mall to work off those calories. (OK we really just walked to the car but it made for this cute photo anyway!).
On Sunday we took Lilah to a local farm where she got to visit with ducks and goats - I wish I knew what she was thinking! Then back in the car to our place which brings us to today.
Jason and I have off tomorrow, so I am sure many adventures will abound. So till the next post...keep warm!

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