I've been woefully remiss in capturing our various weekend adventures this spring, squeezed in wherever we can find time and cooperative weather between the FIVE baseball and soccer games we have Every! Single! Weekend!
Playing air hockey by the Lincoln Center fountain after enjoying an interactive detective theatrical experience "Meet Me at the Fountain" (or a "hipster mystery tour" as Kevin called it).
Exploring (and posing in) new parts of Central Park.
How have I lived in NYC for over twenty years(!) and never, not ever, sailed boats in the pond before now? Although I suppose technically I still haven't, since B&H weren't inclined to share.
Owen killing it on the pitcher's mound.
Sleepovers with their besties.
Seriously. Too cute for words.
Checking out the NY Historical Society's Mo Willems show.
And of course, entertaining themselves muchly by picking Honest Abe's metal nose out front.
Basketball birthday parties with the Harlem Wizards (in the guy's own words, "we're a Globetrotters knockoff")
Gawking at absurdly overpriced contemporary art at Christies.
The absolute "best" piece there was this one, creatively titled "chicken in a basket" which quite literally consisted of a wire basket, a rubber chicken, and some trash. Estimated selling price? $350K. I love auction houses.
And some quality brunch time with the fam up at the Ellington.