Since we have a camping trip and a trip to D.C. planned in April, we decided to stay home for winter break. The first day all four boys were home and we walked/biked/rollerbladed/tricyled to McKoy park. At one point Jude and Rory, who were on bikes got ahead of us and surprised me with these bouquets of dandelions. I think after having young kids for so many years, dandelions might be my favorite flowers as I have so many memories of these sweet faces presenting them to me :)
On Tuesday, Atticus took the boys fishing on Lake Lanier. As always, they had an amazing time and came home with quite a load of fish. Atticus ended up calling our old neighbor, who is the head chef at 246, a very nice restaurant in Decatur, and was able to bring the fish in to the restaurant to cut and clean the fish (and then to learn how Drew cooks it!) We gave Drew half of the fish for the restaurant and were able to then eat Atticus' fish in the restaurant the next night.
Rory and Cal had play group the rest of the week, so after a day of rest (with a play date), we took one day for an adventure at Stone Summit, and another to go to Snow Mountain.
Both Stone Summit and Snow Mountain would have been impossible with Cal, but I made it up to Rory and Cal this past Friday and took them on an outing to the zoo.