My inspiration for this record of my days:

“The biggest mistake I made [as a parent] is the one that most of us make. . . . I did not live in the moment enough. This is particularly clear now that the moment is gone, captured only in photographs. There is one picture of [my three children] sitting in the grass on a quilt in the shadow of the swing set on a summer day, ages six, four, and one. And I wish I could remember what we ate, and what we talked about, and how they sounded, and how they looked when they slept that night. I wish I had not been in such a hurry to get on to the next thing: dinner, bath, book, bed. I wish I had treasured the doing a little more and the getting it done a little less” -Anna Quindlen

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Harlem Globe Trotters

I have a fun memory of going to see the Harlem Globe Trotters with my dad when I was a kid.  So when Santa left tickets for all of us in our stockings, I was super excited!



Jonah did a good job of keeping his eye on the scoreboard, and updating me when it changed.  He also did a verbal replay  of the funniest parts.





After the game we went to get pictures and autographs with “Cheese.”  He was one of our favorite players.  (Maybe his name had something to do with it.)


Thank you Santa for a fun family activity!

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