We visited the Tribeca Film Festival‘s neighborhood street fair today as well as several playgrounds which allowed Henry to try a variety of activities like trying to catch one very elusive pigeon.
Hanging from steady rings at Downing Street Playground.
Learning the ropes at Washington Square Park.
Henry and I needed a change of scenery today so we traveled uptown to meet Sierra and Cara-Lynn in Central Park. After some fun in the park, we went to their apartment for some pizza. Henry and Sierra had a wild fun time together, as always.
Henry’s really into his toy cars lately and fell asleep tonight holding his ’57 Chevy Bel Air.
We visited Eamonn and Emily’s new apartment in Jersey City for Easter Sunday. Eamonn’s brother Colm brought their parents who are visiting from Minnesota. We joined them for Easter dinner along with our mutual friend Jessica Ho. Henry provided great entertainment and had us all singing (see video) with him during the wonderful meal that Emily put together. Henry enjoyed lots of ham and running up and down the apartment’s long hallway.
Jim, Enda, Jacqui, Henry and Jessica before the meal.
Gumby (not on Pokey) in foreground; Jacqui, Henry in background
Jersey Gothic (hosts, Eamonn and Emily)
Boarding the ferry at Paulus Hook Terminal.
Henry at the table.
Enjoying Easter dinner.
Fitzmaurices and son
Since I had off work for Good Friday, we had a relaxing day including lunch at Fraunces Tavern and a visit to the National Museum of the American Indian in the U.S. Custom House building in Lower Manhattan.
Ready for lunch.
Checking out their reflection in the mirror.
Under the skylight in the rotunda of the U.S. Custom House.
Making faces at a mask in the National Museum of the American Indian.