Evan and Brian Huber watch the sun rise over Peconic Bay. (Credit: Laura Huber)
The Northforker mom has a confession to make. For the month of July, I didn’t spend much time out on the North Fork. Or with my kids.
After Brian’s ninth birthday on July 2, Bill and I went to Napa to celebrate our tenth wedding anniversary. The rest of the weekends were filled with concerts, bridal showers, and other mom adventures. I missed spending time with my boys. I’d like to say that they missed me terribly, but they got to spend some time with their dad, Grammy, Pop-Pop and Grandpa, having their own North Fork adventures. (more…)
Brian and Evan Huber at Franklin Park Zoo in Boston (Credit: Bill Huber)
For those of you who have been following the adventures of the Huber boys, you know most of them take place on the North Fork. This Memorial Day weekend, for a change of scenery, we packed up the kids and took them to Boston. (more…)
Brian, left, and Evan Huber are big fans of powerful vehicles. There’s hope for mom, too. (Credit: Laura Huber)
I have a mom confession to make. My boys can easily manipulate me.
No, they can’t have iPads or video games during the week. I won’t let them up at 5:30 a.m., no matter how much they want to. They can’t put each other up for adoption. And they can’t get ice cream every time the truck comes through the neighborhood. But they have managed to get me to do some really cool things I never would have done by convincing me that they were really cool things. (more…)
Brian and I celebrating my first Mother’s Day at The Birchwood in 2007. (Credit: Laura Huber, courtesy)
After a crazy, hectic week of scheduling and running around, Northforker Mom is ready to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Although I tell my boys that “every day is Mother’s Day,” we moms really only get one special day that’s supposed to be all about us. So for this week, I’d like to share a top five list of things I’ve learned since becoming a mom. (more…)