The Friday after Thanksgiving, while Andrew worked from home, I took the boys for a little hike at Laumeier Sculpture Park. Milo had recently visited with the other third-years at his school and wanted to show us the big empty swimming pool where he and his friends had run and played for their recess.
At the Missouri Botanical Garden, there is a beautiful, peaceful indoor space called the Schoenberg Temperate House. I love to visit whatever the weather; when it’s cold or rainy outside, it is warm and, well, temperate, inside. Within its 8,900 square feet of space is contained a variety of plants that typically thrive in a … Continue reading “Dress That Mama: Knits and Patterns”
Much of our time is spent, as a family, at Circus Harmony. With the boys in three different levels, and begging to improve upon their tumbling skills, we find ourselves spending hours in their space, three separate days a week. Emil has decided to take a little break from classes, but he is learning through … Continue reading “Circus Practice”
On Saturday, we had the best day of this whole month! We packed plenty of snacks and drove out to Eckert’s Fun Farm to spend the morning and much of the afternoon enjoying the beautiful weather and fresh air.
A color combination that I find works surprisingly well: dusty rose and vermillion. I wore this on a recent visit to the Contemporary Art Museum to see the Kelley Walker exhibit. Aware of all of the recent controversy over this artist’s work (specifically with regard to fear of cultural appropriation of the black community), I tried … Continue reading “Dress That Mama: Dusty Rose & Vermillion”