1. Eva’s new au pair is doing a great job keeping her entertained and learning during the day. Today Eva went on a play date with her new boyfriend, Samuel. They held a birthday party for Mr. Potato Head, who turned four, apparently. Meanwhile, Eva practiced her new fish face pose (hopefully Samuel didn’t notice) — and, then, a goodbye hug. So cute. Eva’s new au pair is doing a great job keeping her entertained and learning during the day. Today Eva went on a play date with her new boyfriend, Samuel. They held a birthday party for Mr. Potato Head, who turned four, apparently. Meanwhile, Eva practiced her new fish face pose (hopefully Samuel didn’t notice) — and, then, a goodbye hug. So cute.
    Eva’s new au pair is doing a great job keeping her entertained and learning during the day. Today Eva went on a play date with her new boyfriend, Samuel. They held a birthday party for Mr. Potato Head, who turned four, apparently. Meanwhile, Eva practiced her new fish face pose (hopefully Samuel didn’t notice) — and, then, a goodbye hug. So cute. Eva’s new au pair is doing a great job keeping her entertained and learning during the day. Today Eva went on a play date with her new boyfriend, Samuel. They held a birthday party for Mr. Potato Head, who turned four, apparently. Meanwhile, Eva practiced her new fish face pose (hopefully Samuel didn’t notice) — and, then, a goodbye hug. So cute.

    Eva’s new au pair is doing a great job keeping her entertained and learning during the day. Today Eva went on a play date with her new boyfriend, Samuel. They held a birthday party for Mr. Potato Head, who turned four, apparently. Meanwhile, Eva practiced her new fish face pose (hopefully Samuel didn’t notice) — and, then, a goodbye hug. So cute.

  2. Museum education in Washington, D.C. is truly special. On Wednesday, the lesson was all about shoes and what we do with our feet. So Eva and her classmates decorated shoes and shared stories about their own shoes. They also went to the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries, to see the “shoe” exhibit — Perspectives by Chiaru Shiota. The artist collected discarded shoes, each one with a note containing its story to represent past moments and lost individuals.  Museum education in Washington, D.C. is truly special. On Wednesday, the lesson was all about shoes and what we do with our feet. So Eva and her classmates decorated shoes and shared stories about their own shoes. They also went to the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries, to see the “shoe” exhibit — Perspectives by Chiaru Shiota. The artist collected discarded shoes, each one with a note containing its story to represent past moments and lost individuals. 
    Museum education in Washington, D.C. is truly special. On Wednesday, the lesson was all about shoes and what we do with our feet. So Eva and her classmates decorated shoes and shared stories about their own shoes. They also went to the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries, to see the “shoe” exhibit — Perspectives by Chiaru Shiota. The artist collected discarded shoes, each one with a note containing its story to represent past moments and lost individuals.  Museum education in Washington, D.C. is truly special. On Wednesday, the lesson was all about shoes and what we do with our feet. So Eva and her classmates decorated shoes and shared stories about their own shoes. They also went to the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries, to see the “shoe” exhibit — Perspectives by Chiaru Shiota. The artist collected discarded shoes, each one with a note containing its story to represent past moments and lost individuals. 

    Museum education in Washington, D.C. is truly special. On Wednesday, the lesson was all about shoes and what we do with our feet. So Eva and her classmates decorated shoes and shared stories about their own shoes. They also went to the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries, to see the “shoe” exhibit — Perspectives by Chiaru Shiota. The artist collected discarded shoes, each one with a note containing its story to represent past moments and lost individuals. 

  3. Eva went to Carlos’ salon to get her regular bang trim on Monday, or in Eva’s understanding, “The place she gets a lollipop.” Momma, May and Eva all fit into the mirror for a photo. Her bangs look great!

  4. Wednesday was Eva’s first day of “school,” so both Momma and May joined her. She’s not attending a formal preschool yet. Instead, she’s in a class of fellow 2-year-olds in the Smithsonian Museum’s Early Explorers Program, which meets Mondays and Wednesdays.
Some of the nation’s best museums are her classroom! Museum learning is unique — Wednesday’s lessons was about hands, so the class explored cave paintings in the Museum of Natural History. Then the toddlers finger painted and took a nature walk outside the American History Museum. More adventures ahead… Wednesday was Eva’s first day of “school,” so both Momma and May joined her. She’s not attending a formal preschool yet. Instead, she’s in a class of fellow 2-year-olds in the Smithsonian Museum’s Early Explorers Program, which meets Mondays and Wednesdays.
Some of the nation’s best museums are her classroom! Museum learning is unique — Wednesday’s lessons was about hands, so the class explored cave paintings in the Museum of Natural History. Then the toddlers finger painted and took a nature walk outside the American History Museum. More adventures ahead…
    Wednesday was Eva’s first day of “school,” so both Momma and May joined her. She’s not attending a formal preschool yet. Instead, she’s in a class of fellow 2-year-olds in the Smithsonian Museum’s Early Explorers Program, which meets Mondays and Wednesdays.
Some of the nation’s best museums are her classroom! Museum learning is unique — Wednesday’s lessons was about hands, so the class explored cave paintings in the Museum of Natural History. Then the toddlers finger painted and took a nature walk outside the American History Museum. More adventures ahead… Wednesday was Eva’s first day of “school,” so both Momma and May joined her. She’s not attending a formal preschool yet. Instead, she’s in a class of fellow 2-year-olds in the Smithsonian Museum’s Early Explorers Program, which meets Mondays and Wednesdays.
Some of the nation’s best museums are her classroom! Museum learning is unique — Wednesday’s lessons was about hands, so the class explored cave paintings in the Museum of Natural History. Then the toddlers finger painted and took a nature walk outside the American History Museum. More adventures ahead…

    Wednesday was Eva’s first day of “school,” so both Momma and May joined her. She’s not attending a formal preschool yet. Instead, she’s in a class of fellow 2-year-olds in the Smithsonian Museum’s Early Explorers Program, which meets Mondays and Wednesdays.

    Some of the nation’s best museums are her classroom! Museum learning is unique — Wednesday’s lessons was about hands, so the class explored cave paintings in the Museum of Natural History. Then the toddlers finger painted and took a nature walk outside the American History Museum. More adventures ahead…

  5. One of the best things about growing up in Washington D.C. is the access to all of the free Smithsonian museums. On Saturday the family ventured to the National Postal Museum, where Eva got to use a magnifying glass to pick out stamps for her own starter stamp collection. (We did not explain to her that the postal system is totally broke because no one really uses it anymore…)

  6. Eva’s first soccer practice! Eva is joining other two-year-olds in the neighborhood in weekly soccer training with a coach who has worked with DC United and other MLS teams. It should be a lot of fun, but Eva’s more into running than kicking. She kinda left the ball behind, as you can see…

  7. Eva and Dad, chilln’ after work on Friday. Eva demanded that he sit up on the counter with her.

  8. Eva and her au pair, May, stayed home all day yesterday because it was too hot to go outside. So together they tried making dumplings! Eva is a real natural already. Eva and her au pair, May, stayed home all day yesterday because it was too hot to go outside. So together they tried making dumplings! Eva is a real natural already.
    Eva and her au pair, May, stayed home all day yesterday because it was too hot to go outside. So together they tried making dumplings! Eva is a real natural already. Eva and her au pair, May, stayed home all day yesterday because it was too hot to go outside. So together they tried making dumplings! Eva is a real natural already.

    Eva and her au pair, May, stayed home all day yesterday because it was too hot to go outside. So together they tried making dumplings! Eva is a real natural already.

  9. Just hanging out. Eva loves finding bars that are just high enough for her to reach and hang from. She has incredible upper body strength and just strength, in general. We can feel it anytime we try to force her to do something she doesn’t want to.

  10. Eva;s good friend Trinity is moving away to New York soon! Saturday we brunched with Trinity’s family and friends and the girls got to play together in their matching teal tops.