We just celebrated Easter Sunday which is the final day of the Semana Santa celebration in Costa Rica. Semana Santa is a week long celebration that commemorates the death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. In the main cities next to the capitol they celebrate with processions and different reenactments of the events leading up
Sometimes the kids can get a little rambunctious if they do not have anywhere to direct their energy, heck sometimes I get a little intense if I don’t know where to direct my energy either. So needless to say when mom is away for the day, two wild kids and one antsy dad can be
Last month got away from me, at the beginning of the year we had some much going on that I didn’t take time to document a momentous point in our family. Eli started kindergarden last month. The school year starts in January, although some of the schools don’t start until the beginning of February.
What a month it has been, I cant believe that September is almost over. I would say it is birthday month because it seems like we were celebrating Eli’s 4th birthday off and on all month. It started with a party at his school on the 10th where the kids in his class got him
Eli is out of school on summer break for the next three weeks so Lyndsey has been coming up with fun activities for him to do on his break. We have a had a rather busy few weeks so things have been a little hectic. Our car has been in the shop because we blew
Images capturing a typical Saturday in our life in Costa Rica. A morning jungle walk, picking up fresh fish for lunch, art projects in the afternoon, and watching the sunset with friends on the beach to end a great day.
Ok, I have to apologize for sounding like a broken record, but I really can’t get over how fast the kids are growing… and I see them everyday. One of the things that we enjoy the most is how they are beginning to interact with each other. In typical big brother little sister fashion, Isabel
We have been getting back in the swing of things after taking a month trip to the States for the holidays. We needed to take care of a few things upon our arrival and one of them was getting Eli ready to start school. We had a week back before he started so we slowly
Eli stopped to play with one of the local gardeners the other day and we had to take some pictures. Two little white kids keep the town soccer field maintained by eating the grass and weeds down to a perfect length.
We celebrated Eli’s 3rd Birthday on Sunday with some friends. Pizza Pool Party and a fireman cake. Good Times!