Monthly Archives: December 2020

December 2020 Wrap-up

I really wanted a picture of our kids with the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge for our Christmas card, and I wanted it at sunset because we have absolutely loved having access to nightly displays of beauty. Our photographer, Jana Whitter, hit it … Continue reading

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Gingerbread houses, Horsey Kisses, and a Piano

Before I start in on the cuteness, I just want to give a shout-out to Liberty Church: Brooklyn. On Sunday the 20th we had our last in-person church service of 2020 and the entire thing, start to finish, was wonderful. … Continue reading

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NYC is Magical in the Snow

The Hamricks are snow-lovers! We watched the clock on the day we were supposed to get snow and were not disappointed. Only 20 minutes after they called for it to begin, the white stuff started falling. I took a photo … Continue reading

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Christmas 2020

Christmas Eve was extra special because we got to visit friends! Real people in real time and in their home! To be fair, they’re in our COVID-bubble already, so we weren’t doing anything reckless. Anna goes to preschool with their … Continue reading

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Anna, meet Ms. Ana…

Today was the “Dress Pick-up” day for our little ballerina. The USOMetropolitanNY teamed with Bronxville Ballet to offer mil-kids ballet lessons over the past couple of months. Anna has LOVED these lessons and looked so adorable doing them. I loved … Continue reading

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Protected: King Neptune – 2020

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November/December 2020 Fun

This has been a full month and I’ve written a blog post about it (which is password protected, so if you want to read it, just ask and I’ll give it to you – an explanation is included in the … Continue reading

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