365 Project – Week 12


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Clay class, Art Works in Mt. Rainier.  Baby was removed from the table before slab rolling began.


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Getting ready to jump into clay class.


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Linnea quite likes her fish friends in the swing.  Some people were skeptical of the need for a bouncer or swing in every room, but this swing resides in the kitchen and sees quite a bit of use.


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Fall days, back porch armchair.


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Grandma time!  The babies first Rosh Hashanah in Durham.


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What a welcome at the airport.  As seems to be our family tradition, the kids and I drove down to Durham.  And Henry flew, which I hear can be quite pleasant and even allow an hour or so for leisurely reading.


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Fancy dress, all ready to head off to childrens services at synagogue.


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Our good friends from college drove from Charlotte to come meet the babies and join us for dinner.  Not pictured in this oddly cropped photo: the sweet baby bump which suggests Akiva and Linnea have a new friend on the way.


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Art appreciation at the Nasher with Grandpa.  A good museum for a quick visit with kids.


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Some babies of course opted to skip the Miro exhibit.


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Oh the big sibling love during a trip to the Museum of Life and Science!  Lunch with Ian before we headed off to dig up more dinosaur bones.


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Observing all of the excavations in the dinosaurs exhibit.


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Welcome to Virginia rest area on the drive North.  The expression is perhaps a bit premature – we were only about an hour into the drive at this point.


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Road trip face.  Really, sometimes they sleep in the car.  And anyway, always worth it to visit Grandma and Grandpa.


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