I fell right back into old Lake House days this February with Elizabeth Labovitz Smith, Jessica Matzkin Schactman, Allison Guth Wells, Michelle Tadros Eidson, and Stephanie Goff Governali. We met in Steamboat, Colo., for a ski weekend. Little snow but lots of laughs (and I didn’t have to run a marathon to see them). Elizabeth lives in N.Y.C., is mom to three boys, and works with her husband’s cinematography/photography/production company. Jessica has three children and is dean of students at Blair Academy in Blairstown, N.J. (and left us a little early to attend the Super Bowl with her husband—she saw Brady, we danced to Madonna). Michelle has two darlings and is vice president of business development at Platte River Partners in Denver. Allison is busy with three children in Syracuse, N.Y. Stephanie has twin boys and is managing director of alumni relations at Harvard Business School. Amazing women and seriously fun times! * Karlene Burrell-McRae writes that she began a new job as assistant dean of the college/director of the Black Cultural Center at Swarthmore College. Kebba Tolbert is the new assistant coach of track and field at Harvard. * Missy Fraser Gramer said turning 40 in February was not as painful as she thought. Her family, Ted, Abby, 10, and John and Ryan, both 5, spent a week in Turks and Caicos to celebrate. In the fall she spent a week in Disney World with Tracy Karsch Palumbo and her family. She also had tea with Brooke Skulley in Boston and enjoyed catching up on their friends. * Tiffany Hoyt Tinson and husband Jim welcomed their third son, Maxwell Carver, Nov. 30. His big brothers, Connor, 9, and Will, 6, couldn’t be more proud of little Max. She never imagined celebrating her 40th birthday with a baby in tow, but says he is a tremendous blessing and she loves spending her days with him while his brothers are in school. * Rebecca Shulze has accepted a new position as assistant dean for academic support services/assistant professor of psychology at Becker College in Worcester. * Katie Morrison is pastor on staff at Montclair Presbyterian Church in Oakland. She is thrilled to be back working with children, youth, and families. Katie and wife Curran Reichert are celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary in February, and their daughter, Ellis Jane, is 2 1/2. * Congratulations to Jonathan Kaplan who married Allison Price (Penn ’98) in Rock Hall, Md., Oct. 1. Erik Belenky and wife Sally came in from Atlanta. They then took a three-week trip through Vietnam, Cambodia, and Hong Kong following the wedding.