Monday, October 25, 2010

Elm Bank

I'm am horrible about blogging, and truth be told, I don't know how much longer I can do this. Rob "gave me permission" (which is his way of saying, "give yourself permission") to shut this blog down at the end of the year. We'll see. But in the meantime, I will not stress about posting photos from Maine or the end of the summer, or start of the year for that matter.

We have been in the middle of getting into the new school year routine, as well as potty training (this will take a good year or 12 before we're done with it...). So life is a little...hectic. But I did manage to charge up the camera battery (apparently it had been dead of months?) and we headed to Elm Bank, a local garden that is part of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. We loved it so much that we joined for the year. They even have a special children's garden with huge sandbox, castle to climb, and oversized chair.

Here are a few keepers. The photos are pretty great as well...
Charlie and Wes


Wes (think they need a haircut?)

Wes, Win and Charlie

Win, fountain, and Wes


Anonymous said...

if you need to stop...permission granted! I pulled my blog up 2 days ago to find I had not posted since Sept 9!!! It was Oct. 23!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the posting. I just can't imagine why your life is complicated. We had a riot trying to remember how to fix potato pancakes for daddy's birthday celebration. Jerry is going to learn the correct way to do it. We laughed through setting off all the smoke alarms. Nanna

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Hello from the Congo! I've been following your blog for almost three years ago since Uncle Raymond came out to Kinshasa all excited about his 3 great-nephews. I hope you don't completely stop posting. It's fun to watch their progress. My 3 are now 12, 14, and 16, so quite civilized. Ha! It's fun to look back at the wild days (and mine were never quite as wild as yours with triplets.)


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SMB said...

Ginger...have not come to your blog in a while but I am still amazed and delighted. Keep it up. xoxox i have two year old twin grandsons loves of my life. Sherry

SMB said...

Maybe an up's been a year. Pictures?? Hope you are all well and potty trained!

San Diego County Jail said...

Elm Bank was first developed as a private residence in the 17th century.

Mandzsmith22 said...

They're adorable. I love to see kids like this. They look so happy. accounts receivable