The history on this side of the country is great! We drove less than an hour north to Colonial Williamsburg one rainy day and walked around the near-empty Revolutionary City.
Z with one of the locals in costume. They even speak in character.
A likes the tavern signs.
The church were many historic figures attended, including George Washington and Patrick Henry.
The capitol building (before the capitol moved to Richmond).
You can't see the rain, but we started getting pretty wet by the end of our walk!
And there's never a dull moment with the weather out here. We've had some lovely, almost beach-weather days too. Z loved the playground down by the oceanfront.
We've also experienced some rather chilly weather as well. Z loves hanging out in her pajamas, especially when her nightgown matches with her favorite kitty.
And although our girl usually isn't big into crafts, she did find an art project that she really caught her attention: painting dinosaurs!
Then, we got an extra special surprise for Virginia Beach: two snowstorms! This area doesn't usually get much snow, especially the kind that sticks around, so what a treat to get almost 10 inches of snow one night! We were all so excited to play in the snow. The lovely view of our backyard.
Thanks, Aunt M, for Z's adorable Hello Kitty hat!
With Daddy before he left for work.
By our Witchduck Lake.
Z's baby snowman.
View from Z's room in the front of the house (that's the lake between those houses).
Piled up outside our front door.
And look out for those dangerous icicles!
A lovely sunset at our frozen lake!
Keeping warm by the fire!
We love our East Coast winter!