(Click photos to enlarge) It’s that time again, time to post the result of our annual Easter photoshoot. The girls have gotten so big and it’s so much fun to look back over these photos. The first two, of just E is from 2005 and 2006. The two of E and A are from 2007 […]
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It’s that time again…
(Click photos to enlarge) Every Easter Sunday we take a photo of Erin sitting on the front steps of a brownstone near our church on the Upper East Side, NYC. 2005, 2006 and 2007 are above. This year, we got Abbie involved. She’s only 2 months younger than Erin was in the 2005 photo, but […]
Snowy Stairs and Gate – Click to Enlarge Truly, getting snowed in with your wife and daughters on Valentine’s Day is one of the greatest joys of life. Happy Valentine’s Day everyone.
This weekend I celebrate my wife Kate’s first Mother’s Day. Nine months ago, she gave birth to our beautiful daughter Erin Faith and has since blown me away with her maternal skills and natural intuition and instinct. When it comes to motherhood, she epitomizes the phrase “A natural.” Though our daughter is yet too young […]
Erin Faith outside church on Easter Sunday – E. 80th Street, NYC – March 27, 2005
filed in Holidays on Jan.11, 2005
This year I had the opportunity to be in Manhattan on New Year’s Eve. I did Times Square on New Year’s in 1999 with a great group of friends. I’m so glad I had the chance to do it, but I’ll never do that again. It was too many people, too cold for too long. […]
Here we are in 2005. I would have like to have blogged right before/after the New Years, but I’ve just been swamped with real life and just haven’t taken the luxury to blog. In fact, this is my first “before I go to work blog” because I know I won’t have time tonight. This photo […]
filed in Holidays on Dec.25, 2004
Merry Christmas everyone! Hope this finds you, your family and friends doing well this Christmas morning. Erin, our little elf, is enjoying her first Christmas. She’s looking forward to spending some quality time with her grandparents this afternoon and evening. Merry Christmas!