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So I was (willingly!) drafted once again to take the yearly class and individual photos of the Grant Park Cooperative Preschool a few weeks back. You can see an example of the results in the handsome young boys pictured above! … Continue reading
Sam and Amy decorate our 2nd-ever attempt at a Sukkah back in October. We ‘repurposed’ a general use shade/shelter tent we picked up at Target by removing the roof, hanging muslin from the sides, and finding branches around the ‘hood. … Continue reading
Here’s a fun set of photos of the monsters from the last few months.
Raspberries, originally uploaded by jetrotz.
See the post a few entries down. After way too much travel in 2008, we spent the entire holidays staying close to home, playing tourist in our own town. Several friends came through as well – always a good excuse … Continue reading
We headed North for Thanksgiving with the Handelman clan. It was everything that holiday feels like it should be – a fire in the fireplace, grandmas and grandpas doting on their grandchildren, and a beautiful snowfall to top it all … Continue reading
So I was again drafted this year to take the class and individual photos of the Grant Park Cooperative Preschool this year. Some 1600 images later, here are all the photos! For those parents coming here to Trotz.com to peruse … Continue reading
So much to say about our littlest man of the house. A few weeks ago, he began standing up on his own – balancing remarkably well, mind you – and now, has added an additional degree of difficulty by demonstrating … Continue reading