Showing posts from December, 2016

Happy Holidays

2016 is almost behind us. It's been a tough year for many, but we've been lucky to have some pretty great memories from the past 12 months. With Axel it seems like every week is full of exciting new firsts.

We enjoyed some time with family over the holidays, baking cookies, playing in the snow and eating so much delicious food.

Thinking ahead to 2017 is a little daunting, but we're ending 2016 on a high note that I hope will carry us through.

Winterval 2016

YuKonstruct was invited to build an art installation for Winterval this year.
The theme for the event was "festival of lights" so Chris and I volunteered to build lanterns for the parade.

We filmed a fun video of the process with 1 second everyday.

We haven't been spending as much time at the makerspace lately, so it was really nice to be back working on a community project. Axel loves helping build things!

Victoria in November

On Halloween night, when we were sure all the trick-or-treaters were done for the evening, we took down all our spooky decorations and finished packing our bags so we could head to BC first thing in the morning.

I was going to be working in Victoria for two weeks and, since the hotel room was already paid for, Axel and Chris decided to join me for a little escape from the Yukon winter.

Vancouver Island was lovely compared to the cold and snow in Whitehorse, but Axel was not a fan of the rain.

Belated Halloween Post

This ol' blog of mine feels pretty neglected of late.

It's not that we haven't been doing much, it's just that I haven't been finding the time to write about it.

Despite it being long overdue, I thought I should share some photos from Halloween.

This was Axel's first time trick-or-treating and getting into the spirit of Halloween.

We read a lot of Halloween books and watched a bunch of Halloween kids specials on Netflix leading up to the big day, so when it came time to hit the streets, he knew exactly what to do. It was adorable, seeing him so excited to knock on doors and hold out his candy bucket.

We wanted to make the most of the giant bird we had on hand, so we went with a cursed jungle decoration theme to work in Kevin.

We put up our Teal Pumpkin Project signs at the start of the month, in the hopes that it would help attract more trick-or-treaters, but we still only got 5 kids at our door on Halloween night. We're the only house on our block that giv…