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Family Day at the Opera

Kristy and I have been together for 10 years. We've been married for 7 and in July will have a 3 year old son. Over the last year or two we've become much more sensitive as to how fast time seems to be flying.

One of our desires as parents is to expose our children to a variety of cultural experiences. Today we were able to share in another of those planned experiences. We took our son Caleb to see "Pinocchio" at the Virginia Opera here in Norfolk, VA at the beautiful Harrison Opera House. This was the 4th year of the "Family Day at the Opera" which is a fantastic experience. Last year we took in the Pirates of Penzance in the same fashion. The tickets were inexpensive and the show was designed to be kid-friendly with plenty of excitement, lots of music and a quick 1-hour performance.

After the show we went to brunch at 'The Broken Egg' here in Chesapeake. That's become my spot. Thus far it's been a great day of making memories with the family. We all came home and took a nap so now that we're up Kristy wants to eat some dinner and head out to grab some Cold Stone Ice Cream and Starbucks. I love that woman.

(Caleb showed me how long Pinocchio's nose was)

So what are you doing to make memories with your family?

posted by Tally Wilgis @ Saturday, May 10, 2008


At 9:43 PM, Blogger Colleen said...

I'm pretty much in love with your family :)! Can you pretty please like relocate..=)!


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