circa 1993Our twin sons shall be celebrating a special birthday. Twenty years old on the eighteenth. I wanted to share this photo of my husband and I strolling along when we lived in Manhattan. We had a double stroller but loved the how portable these striped strollers were. I loved living in the city when they were little and then we moved to the suburbs when they were 3 to have a house, a garden and well more space for them to grow. When they turned five, I left the fashion world and my full time career to devote my time to them and worked freelance as an artist. I would not change a thing. It's true you cannot buy back the time.
I will be seeing my boys this weekend and spending time laughing together. The smiles they have light me up and make me laugh. I can hardly wait to see them. Now they are men, compared to this photo.
Both boys are in college and they attend schools not even an hour away from each other. How lucky are we!
We have many photos of the boys with their little sister at Settlers Rock.
One son is an ROTC sophomore and here he is working in the classroom last summer while he was in Africa for CULP.
He will be looking to intern this summer and I am in hopes he will find something interesting and challenging. He is studying business and would be happy to land a job so keep me posted if you are looking for a summer intern. I know he is open to learning and gain experience.
His fraternity has taught him all about brotherhood. He calls them his brothers too.
He has a girlfriend and I love how happy they both look together at a fraternity/sorority dinner.
As a parent, we are fortified when our children are happy and thriving.
Over the December holiday, he went to Monaco to see his Grandparents and had a great time with his Auntie there. I love this image taken in the Hotel de Paris Wine Cellar. He had a special tour.
I love when I find funny photos of the two of them together.
New Helmets and goggles make everyone act silly.
The next week, I am taking a break as we have our schools shall be on Winter Break.
I know the week will go by fast and I intend to enjoy every minute.
Happy Birthday to my twenty year old twin sons.
That went fast.